Hero pieces to wear to work

These hero pieces will effortlessly update your work wardrobe. Here is how to wear them.

Structured camel coat

A camel coat is wardrobe essential for work and play. Wear it over all you work outfits: dresses, skirts and trousers. At the weekend, pair it with your favourite denim and a jumper, or style it over you a glam dress for a special occasion.

 

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

 

Flared skirt

This flattering style will work wonder paired with a fitted top and a blazer or a trench coat. A pair of coloured court shoes will complement this elegant and smart look.

By Pennyblack

By Pennyblack

 

Coloured power dress

Versatile, flattering and work appropriate, this stunning number will work great in the boardroom and for a night out. For work, team it with a simple pair of pumps in a neutral hue. For cocktail wear, dress it up with sparkly accessories of bright coloured shoes in plum or red hues.

La Dress by Simone at Brown Thomas

La Dress by Simone at Brown Thomas

Bi-color pump

 

Debenhams

Debenhams

Clarks

Clarks

Plum trousers

A favourite colour for autumn, plum works well with greys, off white, camel, black or a printed top. Finish the look with a pair of loafers or low heel pumps.

 

F & F at Tesco

F & F at Tesco

 

Tweed jacket

A great alternative to blazer, the tweed jacket will look modern when worn with a slim leg trousers and a kitten heels shoes. For an off-duty look still this jacket with your denim and a simple top.

 

Warehouse

Warehouse

 

The new neutral

A plum or burgundy bag is a stylish alternative to the classic black or tan work tote.

 

Oasis

Oasis

 

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