Back-To-Work Celebrity-Approved Outfits
After all the holiday shenanigans, we’re finally going to cope back to reality: work. If you’re still on a rut about what to wear to the office or your business meeting for the workweek ahead, we’ve got you covered. Check out some celebrity-approved outfits below for your back-to-work #ootd.
Channel Chrissy Teigen’s maternity-approved outfit by wearing a camel coat to the office. A camel coat is always a chic idea when you’re wearing a dress to work. It not only warms you up through the cold winter days, but it adds a certain sheen that’s perfect for corporate or business meetings.
Who says you can’t wear a fluffy, oversized faux fur when you’re heading to work? Gigi Hadid proves that it’s literally okay to walk the streets in such a head turning piece of accessory. Plus, it’s going to warm you up even more.
Go for a military-inspired look to work by channeling Olivia Palermo’s chic and utilitarian outfit. Add a pop of colour via your handbag of choice for a refreshing take on your back-to-work essential.
Look classy and elegant by following Victoria Beckham’s polished look. But up the ante of your boring trousers by opting for a bright and colourful one. Your boss will definitely do a double take on your outfit.
Go for a preppy look to work like Selena Gomez’s attire when she was out and about in New York City. This outfit is pretty much work-appropriate for people working in the creative industry. But if you’re in a strict corporate dress code, choose for a skirt with longer length and you’re still on a stylish, schoolgirl vibe.
Boss girl? Channel Kendall Jenner’s outfit by wearing a structured trench coat over a turtleneck body-con dress. Twist your hair into a sleek chignon and finish off your outfit with an expensive handbag to boot.
One cool way to go back to work with a bang is by wearing an oversized comfy trench coat, pairing it with a basic top, denim jeans and silver booties as seen on Alexa Chung.
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