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

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Kirsty Burke
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