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20 Fresh Pieces To Help Level Up Your Work Wardrobe

By Sammy Preston
25th Oct 2019

Work Outfits

October is Future You Month at Urban List, where we're navigating all your big-time career dreaming—from slaying your first day at a new job and asking your boss for a raise, to banishing career burnout for good. 

And so this month, we’re diving right into the sometimes stressful world of workwear. No doubt, dressing for work ain’t quite what it used to be—more often than not it isn’t a suit and tie affair and the misty waters of “smart casual” vary from office to office. And that can make pulling an outfit for an interview, your first day or just any old Monday morning, well, hard work. 

But don’t worry, we’ve got you. Whether your office is super casual or a little more polished, now’s a great time to refresh your work wardrobe and dress for success with our edit of the best safe-for-work threads.

Here are 20 ideas to shop now that'll instantly level up your work look (and hey, maybe even score you a raise). 

Boss Blazers

The Fifth Label Ignition Check Blazer

$129.95

Frankie Shop Double-Breasted Satin Blazer

$323

ASOS Design Blazer

$49.50

Polo Ralph Lauren Brushed Cotton Blazer

$295

Work Shirts

Bec + Bridge Barrier Reef Top

$240

Insight Stacey Long Sleeve Shirt

$79.95

GANNI Floral Wrap Blouse

$181

Assembly Label Short Sleeve Shirt

$90

Sweet Work Bags

Stussy Belt Bag

$110

DKNY Whitney Backpack

$319

P.E Nation Training Day Cross Body Bag

$129

Adidas Linear Tote

$40

Actually Affordable Cool-Girl Power Suits

Topshop Dark Camel Suit

$223

Materiel Belted Suit

Blazer $550 and Pants $401

Mossman Master And Commander Suit

Blazer $107 and Pants $82

Zara Gingham Suit

Blazer $69.95 and Pants $49.95

Put Your Best Foot Forward Work Shoes

Dr Martens Blaire Leather Sandals

$199

Veja Bastille Sneakers

$174

Nike Air Max 270 React

$180

Alice In The Eve Naomi Block Heels

$59

Need some style advice for that big job interview or your first day in a new role? We asked your favourite fashion designers how to dress like a boss

Design credit: Kate Mason

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