Dressing for work during the fall season can be exciting, but also a bit stressful. Especially so if you work in a more corporate environment. With a strict dress code, how are you supposed to look both stylish and professional, while not looking like you are trying too hard? Scandinavian business dress code is pretty simple to follow and so are these 2 work wear outfits, that I’m sharing with you today.
It doesn’t get more business than a suit, right? If men can wear suits to work every day, so can we. I love suits and in particular blazers, as you can see from my previous posts. The best part about buying a whole suit is that both pieces look great together, but you can also combine them with other pieces on any given day. Don’t feel pressured to wear a suit with heels. You can style any suit with a pair of loafers or flat boots, or if you want to do it the Scandinavian way, sneakers.
Even if you are “the boss”, the way you dress for work is important because it’s a reflection on you. On top of that, wearing an outfit that you really love can boost your self esteem when you are having a bad day.
White skirt, sold out because I bought it few years ago but there is a similar HERE
White Sweater HERE
Like everywhere else, Scandinavian style differs from person to person. Some like to mix a lot of colours for a really fun outfit while some prefer just one or two colours, keeping it more minimalistic and sophisticated. I am in the group that prefer two colours at most or as in this example, just one, all white. I’ve received several compliments wearing this outfit and I hope you’ll find it inspiring.
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