20 Pieces to Upgrade Your Work Wardrobe

With January nearly over, everyone has settled themselves back into work but every woman knows that a New Year means a new wardrobe. And, for once we’re focusing specifically on your work wardrobe. A new handbag purchased to go with an old work dress basically turns it into a new outfit — so why not? Invest in staple items that can be worn in various ways and then you won’t feel so bad if they’re a little pricey.  We have found some great items that are well worth the money and guaranteed to get compliments at the office.

 

Ruffle-detail blouse – ash pink, £130.00 Reiss reiss.com

 

 

Geisha block pointed toe shoes, £69.00 Topshop topshop.com

 

 

Molly tweed jacket, £56.00 Warehouse warehouse.co.uk

 

 

Leather belted pencil dress, £245.00 Karen Millen karenmillen.com

 

 

Double-breasted jacket, £34.99 H&M hm.com

 

 

Fabric ballerinas with maxi bow detail, £29.99 Zara zara.com

 

 

Mari print shirt dress, £169.00 WHISTLES at House of Fraser houseoffraser.co.uk

 

 

‘Antigona’ grained leather tote bag, £1,490.00 GIVENCHY at Selfridges selfridges.com

 

 

Compact cotton trousers, £35.00 OASIS at John Lewis johnlewis.com

 

 

Boucle frill waist skirt, £32.00 Topshop topshop.com

 

 

Off white lace frill hem blouse, £22.99 New Look newlook.com

 

 

Heavy cotton & Lurex blend cardigan, £790.00 GUCCI at Luisaviaroma luisaviaroma.com

 

 

Comfort wool Tropez trousers, £245.00 Joseph joseph-fashion.com

 

 

Checked trench coat multi, £275.00 Reiss reiss.com

 

 

All sorts front zip boots black leather, £90.00 Office office.co.uk

 

 

Grey Prince of Wales check jumpsuit, £24.99 New Look newlook.com

 

 

‘Valverde’ taupe handbag, £65.00 Aldo aldoshoes.com

 

 

Ponte pencil skirt, £22.00 Next http://www.next.co.uk/

 

 

The mini trunk clutch, £450.00 Aspinal of London aspinaloflondon.com

 

 

Long double breasted coat, £59.99 Stradivarius stradivarius.com

Post Author: Kirsty Burke

Kirsty Burke
Having been in love with both fashion and writing since I can remember, being able to write now, and for online readers, is quite literally a dream come true. I like to think that my writing reflects me as a person and shows some of my personality whilst still informing you about what’s on trend and what I’m loving each season. Fashion will constantly fuel me with ideas and inspiration for my writing so if you like what you read, you have the catwalk to thank.

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