5 Celebrity-Inspired Work Outfits That'll Reverse Your Monday Blues
By Amy Lee
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Can we agree there's nothing worse in the morning than blankly staring at the closet, trying to figure out what to wear for work?
To provide some inspiration for compiling a 9-to-5 look, we're turning to stylish celebs who flawlessly look put-together without being boring.
Give your exhausted button-down and black slacks a rest and try the following outfit formulas inspired by Victoria Beckham, Regina King, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and more, from a cooler take on the pantsuit to a colorful skirt that'll elevate your go-to sweater instantly.
Start the week off strong and shop our selects to amp up your lady-boss look.
We can always count on the British beauty for a wearable, polished look. A monochrome outfit never fails to look chic, and we love the olive green outfit topped off with a timeless camel coat. A red bag adds a punch of color to a neutral palette.
When it comes to pantsuits, Posh Spice is the queen, but don't expect to catch her in the typical corporate set. Opt for an oversized silhouette and wide-leg, floor-grazing trousers like the fashion designer for a cooler, relaxed result that doesn't sacrifice professionalism. A ruffle-neck blouse lends a touch of romance to the borrowed-from-the-boys vibe.
The Grown-ish star consistently convinces us to introduce more color to our daily outfits with her bright, youthful style. Can't commit to head-to-toe color, but still want to wear a vibrant shade? Team a dark sweater with a multicolored, striped skirt accessorized with neon hoop earrings and a trendy white daytime heel.
Who says you can't have fun with office attire? For those who aren't afraid of color, we dare you to try this eye-catching look from the supermodel. A fashion-forward take on the coordinating set, the blonde dressed up a T-shirt with a blazer and front-slit pant in two varying shades of red and ankle-strap heels. It's bold but still elevated for you to run a meeting in.
We mean it when we say this is the easiest work outfit formula: a turtleneck worn under a dress. The layering step provides coverage and makes a sleeveless frock more appropriate for the office. The If Beale Street Could Talk actress styled it with boots, a more comfortable alternative to heels.
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