How to Bring Color to Your Office Wardrobe this Summer

How to Bring Color to Your Office Wardrobe this Summer

My favorite part about summer clothing is the pops of color that I am forced to wear instead of automatically reverting to my all black wardrobe. I love adding colorful statement necklaces, bright watches, colorful sandals, and bright handbags to my outfits. But this summer, there seems to be a bigger call for color. Embroidered everything is super trendy this summer season. Whether it is embroidered flowers on jeans, jackets, tops, or even shoes, you can find it almost anywhere! Some of my favorite embroidered styles have come from Zara, but I also love these heeled mules from ASOS.

My personal go-to for embroidered fashion is classier tops that can be worn in and out of the office. For all of you Fashionistas who have snagged summer internship gigs, I am sure you all have felt the pain of feeling like you have to wear all black in the office to be considered professional and serious about your career. Thankfully, this doesn’t have to be the case. You can bring some color to your cubicle by wearing an embroidered top with your nicest pair of jeans, black slacks, or a pair of bright yellow pants! One of my personal favorites that I added to my internship wardrobe is this top from Zara.

Need some more ideas on what might be acceptable for your business casual office? Try out these loafers with your black dress pants, this super cute skirt with a pair of tights and a black blazer, or this collared blouse with a pair of navy blue slacks! These pieces will keep things professional, while also allowing your creative side to shine through when you’re kicking butt at your summer job!

How do you bring current trends into the office while staying sleek and professional? We want to see! Show us on social media, and don’t forget to tag us @cfashionista!

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