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Every morning people worry about what they are going to wear for the day. Formals are a set pattern and the popular belief is that not much diversion is available in them except for the colors. People go to work each day and try to look different from their work associates, but not many are aware of the options available around. Keeping up with the style credentials is not easy with formal wear. However SS’14 collection displayed a variety of work wear from different designers which can do subtle arrangements in your staple tailored trousers and colored shirts to create a bigger difference.
If you find your gray and black coat and trousers boring or if you want to add color to your work wear then you can pick this classy top-to-toe tailored cobalt blue blazer with these matching trousers by Malene Birger. Also if you are in the hunt of alternate wears to the regular 9 to 5 formals then Tara Lamont-Djite has the ideal collection for you.
Sexy and sober, this year’s fashion week’s collection had immense amount of innovation in the work wear department.
Not only women but the look of men has also changed. They have started to ditch black and try new colors. To get this look match EMPORIO ARMANI hounds tooth sweater with ASOS skinny fit suit jacket in mid grey.
To create this look one needs river island Woven belt, Brown Buckle Satchel, DISQUARED 2 feather detailed fedora, ASOS slim chino with Turn-Up, ASOS Espadrilles With Tie Front, Fossil Heritage Leather Strap Watch and Blue Long Sleeve Oxford Shirt
Also men can add colors in their work wear too. Like this combo made from a tweed suit waist coat, Navy textured skinny tie with bar, white tailored fit shirt and selected hedge green three Paris Chinos. By adding colors one can make a boring formals look fresh and bright. What do you think about the renovated work wear for men and women?