Business Casual is SO tricky because it really means something different to each person. My current office is business casual and unfortunately with everyone working from home for the past year I’ve noticed everyone seems to be dressing a lot more casual. I have some very hard and fast rules I like to follow for Business Casual attire so I thought I would share some Spring Business Casual Outfit Inspiration in case you are heading back to the office like me.
Spring Business Casual Outfit Inspiration
When it comes to Business Casual I have a few rules…
- No Open Toes Shoes
- Dark Denim Only
- No Ripped Jeans
- Blouses or Blazers with Denim (No T-shirts even graphic or fitted tees)
These are just weird rules I’ve come up with personally that I like to follow. It helps me with my own “uniform”.
I recently found this knit suit set from Loft and instantly fell in love. It definitely checks the business casual box while still looking polished and professional all while being comfortable. The knit-like fabric feels like a jogger or sweatpant but the style looks very professional.
I actually liked this set so much I bought it in navy as well!
For work, I styled it with a basic white tee (since it’s under a blazer) and some pink loafers with a neutral purse. I love the neutral look of this outfit for simplicity and professionalism.
I also love this set because it can be worn together or separate. I even like dressing down the pants for a casual look. Just a few weeks ago I wore this set to work and then had to run to the grocery store after and styled it down with some slip-on sneakers, and a denim jacket.
Overall, this set is SO versatile and perfect for young professionals transitioning from working from home style to in-office business casual!
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