Pinterest Style: Relaxed Workwear


Dress: Sightseeing Double Dress ($50) // Blazer: Double Collar Blazer ($95) // Sunglasses: Ray-Ban Aviators ($113) // Necklace: Sorcerer’s Stone Necklace ($48) // Handbag: Forever21 Zippered Satchel ($29)  // Shoes: Morgen Peep-Toe ($75)

This outfit, from Fashion Truffles, is perfect for workdays when you want to look professional and be comfortable.  The soft jersey dress is relaxed and simple, while the blazer brings structure.  For a very professional office, this is a casual Friday look.  For a more relaxed office, it’s meeting attire.

This midi-length jersey dress from Modcloth is a good option.  Not feeling the crewneck?  This scoopneck Lysse dress is a great option.

This Topshop jacket is one of the best pieces I’ve seen this spring.  The layered collar is really chic, and the tapered waist gives a lovely shape.  Prefer a collared blazer?  This WHBM cutaway blazer is the perfect option.  Plus-size? Try this Vince Camuto jacket.

I love the blue hues in this long necklace, but the one in the photo has this light filigree look that’s also chic.  This $10 pendant from River Island fits the bill.

Lastly, these tortoise peep-toe pumps are a great neutral.  They give any outfit punch but match anything in your wardrobe.  Looking for something closed-toe?  Try this Vaneli pump.



  1. Monica says:

    Love this outfit! If you had to sub in flats what style would you go with?

    April 28, 2015/Reply
    • Anna says:

      I’d stick with a peeptoe and maybe shorten the dress a little. You risk looking stubby in a midi length and flats.

      April 28, 2015/Reply
  2. L says:

    This one is speaking to me… Thanks for the inspiration! Would be a great fit for my workplace, and I find that I get so much wear out of my most comfortable work clothes. 🙂

    April 28, 2015/Reply