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DAY TO PLAY: 3 LOOKS FOR WORK & THE WEEKEND

After a few months of linen skirts, sandals and cute cami tops, the Autumnal shift is on its way. That doesn’t mean we’re in full on Winter hibernation mode though! Although the temperature is starting to drop, we refuse to let our social life suffer.

We’ll still be out for after work drinks, Saturday nights out and bottomless brunches on a Sunday. Socialising in style will NOT be a thing of the past.

As wine tasting, cocktail loving brunch addicts, you’ll need to craft a closet full of ensembles ready to take on every occasion.

Keep scrolling for our favourite looks that’ll take you from day to play in a hot minute – weekdays and weekends covered right here.

From Your Desk to Drinks

For a look perfect for the office and after-work drinks, go for long hemlines, floating silhouettes and non-structured fits in the form of a midi dress. If you’re after something that’s work-appropriate without being corporate, this style is your best bet.

Team with flat pumps or slip on mules for office chic, and then switch it up with a pair of sneakers or heeled boots for after-hours cocktails. Leave your work bag in the office too and swap it for a cute cross-body bag or clutch.

Coffee Shops to Cocktail Stops

If you’re looking for something comfortable that you can wear with flats during the day and mix up with heels when you’re ready to go out to play, go for a white shirt dress, feminine florals, or a poplin skirt and top combination.

The GG dress by Sofia looks just as good with effortless flat sandals and nude accessories as it does with heels and gold jewellery.

Work Meetings to Meeting the In-Laws  

Depending on the industry you work in, professional attire doesn’t always mean heels and a blazer. Want to look both stylish and chilled? A black jumpsuit. Cool but casual? A black jumpsuit. You catch our drift? The Havana Jumpsuit by Rebecca Vallance is appropriate for literally every event you could possibly find in the social calendar. Pair it with a plain white blouse for client meetings or show some skin with some major embellished accessories and step into a pair of heels for a night on the town.

Meeting the parents? Throw a gingham blazer over the top with sneakers. It’s truly the right amount of demure to bag yourself a new client and make that all important good first impression with bae’s parents.  

Whether you’ve got an all-important client meeting or you’re heading to an art gallery with your partners parents, we’ve got you covered from all angles. No matter what the occasion, there’s something for everyone at Style Theory.