A versatile wardrobe is essential for every working woman, and business casual can be great for dinner with friends Friday after work. I love the effortless look these outfits embody with a mix of street style and office workwear. I love to look professional but also look like I can have fun with a mix of business in the front and party in the back. Here are some great neutral options and statement pieces to achieve this look; let’s dive in.
Workwear to Weekend Outfit Inspiration
Workwear Weekend Blazer
Obviously, a stylish blazer is essential for achieving a clean workwear look, but an even more suitable style for going out. This Women’s Single-Breasted Blazer sits effortlessly on your shoulders and I also love a pop of color – get the look with this green Two-Button Blazer. Both would look great with a white pair of trousers like these Pleat Front Wide leg Cotton Blend Trousers, I think is super chic for the office and great for grabbing a drink after work.
Tops that are Modest & Hot
Tops are always the hardest thing for me to purchase and style; usually, I’ll end up wearing things once or twice for the same occasions. However, I love this corset long sleeve top, and it is so flattering at the waistline. It would look great with work pants or a pair of jean shorts and white heels. To incorporate both color and a statement into your workwear wardrobe, try a top with a dramatic sleeve like this puff sleeve corset top in green. This top would look great with neutral pants and shoes. A ruched top such as this sheer corset is a very stylish piece for the office and pairs perfectly with these relaxed flare pants in tan sesame for a monochromatic look.
Classic Chic Black
I have seen pencil skirts make a comeback into streetwear. They not only are an office staple but look adorable paired with a graphic t-shirt and white tennis shoes. A good pencil skirt provides that classic office look. Once you find one that fits well, it is one of the most flattering pieces in a wardrobe. The material on this Everyday Pencil Skirt is so comfortable and also hugs your curves in all the right places. If a skirt isn’t your style, the classic black trouser is your next best purchase for workwear because of how easy they are to style with other neutral tops. I love these black ones because they have a slight flare at the legs and a slit at the bottom to show off a pair of fabulous shoes on the weekend.
I am obsessed with dressing up workwear for the weekends to achieve an effortlessly chic look. Let me know below how you style some of your favorite workwear pieces for some activities off the clock!
For more workwear inspiration, visit my blog featuring my favorite Workwear Outfits from Nordstrom.