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8 Amazing Pieces to Wear to Work This Winter

In the dead of winter, most of us don’t even want to get out of bed, let alone compile a work outfit that is both appropriate and stylish. Luckily, today’s Top Buys story will make you feel better about this not-so-bad dilemma.


8 Amazing Pieces to Wear to Work This Winter

In the dead of winter, most of us don’t even want to get out of bed, let alone compile a work outfit that is both appropriate and stylish. Luckily, today’s Top Buys story will make you feel better about this not-so-bad dilemma. Yes, we have rounded up eight pieces that are beyond ready to see you through the daily grind in style. For instance, if you work in a casual or artsy office, you should definitely check out the spotted Gap trousers we found. Whether you pair them with a casual tee and flats or try a button-down shirt and pumps, they will bring just enough life to your outfit to be both appropriate and playful. On the other side of the spectrum, River Island’s blouse will give any office outfit a sophisticated and smart twist, as will the Dorothy Perkins peplum top we picked out for you. Both of these tops can be paired with pencil skirts or tailored trousers—just take your pick. Of course, you may already have the perfect winter work wardrobe, but that doesn’t mean it could not use a refresh—which is often best done with accessories! With that in mind, we just love the Pour la Victoire tote we found because it comes with a chic silhouette and a fun color combination. The same can be said for the Elizabeth and James pumps we found. We particularly love that they can be used for both work and play. On that note, click inside for details on where to find these pieces. Happy shopping!

  1. Mirah Pencil Skirt ($530) by Marc by Marc Jacobs
  2. Knitted Turtleneck Sweater ($325) by Duffy
  3. Slim Cropped Refined Dot Pants ($25) by Gap
  4. Sash Snake d’Orsay Pumps ($228) by Elizabeth and James
  5. Maison Colorblock Tote ($210) by Pour la Victoire
  6. Tinsley Lady Bouclé Jacket ($495) by J Crew
  7. Zip-Up Peplum Top ($17) by Dorothy Perkins
  8. Short Sleeve Blouse ($25) by River Island

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