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The right workplace wardrobe investments will stand the test of time. Whilst shirts, tailored separates and classic cut dresses are constant staples, they don't need to be dull. This season classic styles feature statement detailing, bold colours and modern shapes. Whatever your office dress code, read on for our favourite pieces and how to style them.

Smart Casual

Shirt Dress

Fun details give classic workwear pieces a modern twist, perfect for smart casual dressing. Waist ties are a key trend for the season, and feature on dresses and tops alike. The Hannah Shirt Dress features a light dobby spot fabric and belted tie waist, adding a point of difference to a classic office dress. Style with a blazer and court shoe for an easy summer office outfit. Alternatively, detailed separates are an easy way to perfect smart casual. More formal than a plain T-shirt, the tie waist of the Tessa Stripe top creates a defined waistline and can be tucked in to trousers or worn loose.

Traditional 9-5

Crepe Wide Leg Trouser

Dispel any notions of tailored meaning fitted as clean cut wide leg trousers take centre stage. This season’s iteration come in the form of sweeping wide leg trousers and tailored culottes and look just as polished as their tighter counterparts. Tuck in a shirt for a defined waist or leave loose for a relaxed silhouette. Give the look a modern twist with new shapes, details and textures. Our new collection of shirts features statement pleats, modern colours, and delicate details.

18 Hour Heroes

Workwear Shift Dress

A workwear dress is the easiest way to look polished with minimal effort. Add a formal shoe and classic jewellery for a timeless office ensemble. A blazer or lightweight jacket adds an added dose of formality if needed and can be draped over the shoulders for the evening. A block colour is an easy way to modernise a classic shape; the bold red of the Jersey shift dress lifts a classic silhouette whilst still being work appropriate.

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