Or if you don’t like wearing heels, there’s one day with dress code “casual” in your working place, here are 7 smart casual workwear formulas with any sneakers that you can copy onto spring.
1. Blazer on the go
If blazers for women are usually worn to get formal style by pairing silk blouses and heels, this time you can try wearing them with pair of sneakers too. To get the formal look with a bit of a trendy and casual touch, you can try wearing a midi dress or pullover, depending on the weather.
2. Layering Shirt + Knit Vest + Jeans
Mixing and matching pieces from different seasons is critical to nailing a dressing for transitional weather. Throw on jeans, a layering sweater vest, and an oversized shirt for days with unpredictable weather.
3. Stand out more with a blouse style
Next, wear a silk blouse, loose pants, and neutral sneakers to stand out. Then choose a handbag with the same tones as your blouse. Add some minimalist accessories, such as watches, rings, and earrings, to complete your look.
4. The suit trend
The suit is part of the easiest of spring trends; You paired it with any minimalist accessories in this outfit. For example, the look can be featured with a classic suit styled with two of today’s biggest accessory trends; sneakers and classic tote bags.
5. Try black on black
When in doubt, minimalism is the key to looking stylish this spring on the outfit. Try black-on-black ensembles and white sneakers, and you’ll look new and neutral.
6. Oversized game
For those warm spring days, oversized is still one of the keys. However, you don’t have to wear something too over; upgrade your look for oversized sweaters or shirts.
7. Still on a simple layering
Another way to make your smart casual workwear feel fresh, even if you’re over having to wear them, is by opting for a simple layering look. Style an oversized coat and sneakers, and you’ll have a little spring in your step. Or just wearing a sweater to layer over the shirt.
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