20 Flattering Items Every Woman Can Wear to Work

Brooch

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Pin a fun brooch to a plain colored sweater.

Chunky Necklace

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A statement necklace can add some lift to a traditionally boring outfit.

Printed Blouse

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A printed blouse always looks fashion forward while maintaining the appropriate dress code.

Ruffled Shirt

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Add a ruffled shirt, or some other textured top, to create a visually interesting outfit.

Bright Pencil Skirt

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A colored pencil skirt can kick things up a notch. You can pair it with another bold color or something more neutral.

Colored Heels

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More conservative dressers can add color to any outfit by choosing some great heels. Red is always a classic go to, but teal, orange and hot pink are all great choices as well.

Scarf

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A scarf is another great way to add in some pattern to an otherwise neutral outfit. You can pick a silk one for a more dressed up feel.

Sheath Dress

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A sheath dress is the perfect canvas to dress up with jewelry, heels or a sweater.

Stacked Bracelets

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Stacked bracelets are a great way to create visual interest without having to buy new clothes.

Wrap Dress

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A wrap dress is a perfect example of a universally flattering shape that will look good on all body types. A well fitting wrap dress will accentuate your curves and hide your trouble areas.

Tights

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Depending how strict your work dress code is, printed tights can be a great addition to your wardrobe. Plenty of stores have subtle print patterns as well.

Plaid Blazer

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Plaid blazers have become pretty popular this fall and can definitely be dressed up for a work wardrobe. A relaxed work dress code is best for something like this.

Maxi Skirt

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Transition your summer maxi skirts and dresses into a winter work piece.

Long Necklace

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Wear a long necklace with pullover sweaters.

Summer Dress

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Pair a summer dress with tights, pumps and a cardigan to make it more fitting for the cold weather.

Bubble Necklace

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Some people are over the bubble necklace trend, but they are a great piece of jewelry for work. They go well with just about every outfit and you can find relatively inexpensive ones too.

Neck Tie Blouse

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Blouses that tie at the neck draw attention to your hair and face without needing any other jewelry.

Leopard Print Belt

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Any printed belt will do, but a leopard print belt will go with just about everything already in your wardrobe.

Tweed Skirt

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Tweed skirts are great for winter with tights and a nice pair of leather boots. Sweater skirts are another alternative to look for.

Coat

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Get a coat that is both flattering and fun. This coat is perfect for fall before it gets too cold.

Are you tired of your normal day-to-day work wear? Try some of these suggestions to spice up your current wardrobe.

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