The weather gets warmer and I think it’s time to talk about Summer essentials. In today’s post, I want you to have a look through appropriate office outfits for warm and sunny days. I think everyone will agree with me that nothing makes you furious than a hot working dress during the heat. I decided to share with you my favorite ideas that will make your Summer office days comfier, productive and stylish. Read on to find out more and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
The first piece that popped into my mind is a sleeveless shift dress. This is a perfect style to choose during hot summer days in the office. Believe me, sleeveless shift dress is the perfect excuse for going sleeveless in the office. If you feel uncomfortable, then I recommend topping your dress with a light blazer. Go for solid color styles made of breathable fabrics. I am so in love with structured designs that look awesome completed with classy shoes and accessories. If you are not into dresses, then you might like to try on culottes. These cropped, wide-leg trousers look creative, tailored and versatile. Believe me, you can wear them to the office, all you need is to style them with the right pieces, like a collared shirt, structured blazer, and ladylike pumps. My personal advice is to try on a skirt. This is an ideal way to show-off your pretty legs and feels comfortable during hot Summer days. Yes, they gonna keep you cool and feminine. Choose a relaxed style for Friday’s casual working hours and pencil skirts to wear from Mondays to Thursdays. If you are bored of dark neutrals, then my suggestion is to try on clothes in light and pastel colors. For instance, you can go head to toe white, but I know many ladies who avoid such looks, as they afraid to look washed out or too much fancy. My personal advice is to choose pastel colors, as well as light beige, cream and light tan hues that will make you still look professional. The last thing I wanted to mention is peep toe heels. Closed toes are ideal for cold weather days, but if it’s too hot outside, then you might like to try on open-toe shoes. This footwear looks both chic and polished, so you don’t have to be afraid of looking unprofessional.