work outfit ideas I’ve been needing to step up my work outfit game since starting not one, but two jobs these last few weeks. In case you’re in need of work outfit ideas that are not boring, I thought I’d share one of my go-to work looks. I work with children from early morning to mid afternoon so I swap my heels for pointy toe flats. Otherwise, everything else in this look is identical to what I’ve been wearing. I have seen a few people wearing customised workwear and I think it looks great. It’s super easy to customise your teams hoodies online so if you’re a business owner, you should check it out!

I like work outfit ideas with pieces you can mix and match in multiple looks. You may remember that I wore this top here when I was in Los Angeles so I’ve been enjoying how versatile this bell sleeve top is. Oh, and I apologize that I didn’t realize one of the sleeves was folded under in pretty much every photo. But hey, that’s better than the time I wore a dress inside out so I can’t complain. 😉
While it’s important in most jobs that you dress more conservatively than usual, I think you can absolutely still have your work looks remain stylish and true to your personality. If you’re in need of some more work outfit ideas, check out some of my past posts: Edging Up Your Work Outfit, Drop Waist Floral Dress, Spring Transition Outfit, Black and Cobalt Striped Dress, and Graphic Print Dress.

navy peplum top floral crossbody bag striped pencil skirt navy bell sleeve top striped skirt

Photography thanks to Kelly West, check out her instagram and facebook page.

Top: eyelet flounce top Skirt: similar navy stripe sweater pencil skirt or stripe jacquard pencil skirt Shoes: hazel pumps c/o Bag: similar oriental blossom bag (more options in slideshow below)