6 Trends To Add To Your Spring Work Wardrobe

Get inspired by the warm weather and change in seasons to update your spring work wardrobe. To help you get started, we’ve rounded up our favorite trends for the workplace—from high-waisted trousers to bold and bright pantsuits. You got this, girl boss.

Wide-Leg Culottes

Take a cue from Leandra and wear a bold (and comfortable) pair of culottes. We love how she paired them with a button-front top and strappy sandals.

Image via Glamour

High-Waisted Trousers

We love this ‘paper bag’-style trouser that hits high above your hips—they make a statement and also make getting dressed easy! Pair them a simple tee, blouse or button-up and a great pair of heeled sandals.

Image via Express

The Midi-Skirt

Swap your pencil skirt for the midi-silhouette this spring. We promise it will become a staple in your spring work wardrobe!

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Image via 9 to 5 Chic

Have Fun With Color

Pastels are the traditional color palette for spring, but we love how these ladies mixed in bolder hues in their color-blocked outfits.

Image via Harper’s Bazaar

Bring Florals to Work

Who said you couldn’t rock floral prints in the office? Have fun injecting your work wardrobe with splashes of floral print—from pants to a dainty blouse or even a dress!

Image via Loft

Wear a Power Suit

Ditch your boring suits for something a bit more fashion forward…and dare we say it, pink? We love the look of a formal suit with sneakers as seen here, but this colorful combo would look great with a pair of mules for a more formal setting.

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Image via Blair Eadie

For more spring fashion, check out these transitional wardrobe pieces and everything you need for a spring capsule wardrobe!

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Author: Caitlin Kruse