Winter Work Clothes – Chic Work Outfit Tips for Creative Jobs
Planning a wintry work outfit can be hard. I must admit as I work in a creative field where the dress code is a lot more relaxed, I don’t feel the pressures or restrictions of assembling chic winter work clothes together. That being said, in winter, the harsh winds can ice up our creative juices making it that much harder to figure out what to wear to work. Continue Reading to discover my go-to chic winter work clothes…
Winter Work Clothes
Although coats/ jackets are very much a necessity when putting your winter work outfit together and certainly add a touch of elegance to any work getup, I won’t be focusing on outerwear in this post. I personally think whether you have a creative job or not- in winter, long coats add a touch of elegance to your outfit. As you know I love the dramatic effect of a long coat and wrote an article on why you should invest in them for winter.
This article focuses more on what lies beneath your winter coat.
Essentially I think that when pulling winter work clothes together, the most important piece to build your outfit around is a slim black polo neck. Using this cozy piece as your base will present you with a lot of layering options. which is essential so you don’t freeze at your desk or whilst you are running around the city for freelance meetings.
Today, I have meetings with a CEO Founder and a magazine publisher and chose to pair my black polo neck with a butterscotch-coloured long sleeveless wool jacket and black midi leather skirt. What do you think?
Winter Work Clothes – How to Keep Warm and Look Smart
- A mature and neutral colour palette will inject chic appeal into your work outfit. I chose to mix stark and formal black with the refined camel tones because the lighter palette contrasts perfectly against the chilly Berlin temperatures.
- Accessories are a great addition, especially when you work in a creative field and you want to liven up your look.
I’d love to hear from my readers who work in corporate and creative jobs, what are your go-to winter work clothes?