Fall Fresh Office Looks 2019

Here at the SLH offices, we love our summers, but when it comes to cute coveted office looks, there’s nothing quite like Fall. With the cooler temperatures comes a whole new world of layering and mix and match.

This season is definitely going bold on the blender when it comes to mixing up the prints. To all those declaring “but you can’t mix prints and plaids!” we say “Please join us in the 21 Century”.

So what are this season’s big office trends? We’re so glad you asked! Here we’ve put together some great inspirations for you, showcasing the styles and giving you our expert guidance on how to pull your looks off right…


Okay, so the key to this look is the complementary colors throughout. Pulling out the similar shades between these fabrics creates a continuity that pleases the eye, no matter how different the prints may be. The same holds true for this season’s accessories. Mixed metals meet with mixed materials, creating lots of texture and movement.

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Fresh for Fall 2019, we love the slouchy suit. But it can be tricky, since you’re basically working on over-proportions for both the top and the bottom. Stylish accessories are absolutely key to nailing this look. Keep the shirt streamlined. If you’ve no intention of taking your jacket off all day, a simple tank will suffice, however if you know there’s even the possibility, opt for a well-constructed tee, mock turtleneck, or a slim-tailored button down. Add a pair of sleek kitten heels and some baroque pearls (also very trending BTW).

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2019 may very well go down in history as The Year of the Midi Skirt. We simply cannot get enough of this silhouette. Dress it up, dress it down. We love it in billowy florals, rich velvets and of course, in pleats of perfection. This skirt is instant office-worthy with just about anything really. Here we’ve paired it with this season’s hot print, leopard, and the dominating Arts & Craft jewelry trend. Add some amazing, square-toed booties and you’ve got a fantastic office to date night look.

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What started as the Pajama trend has evolved into more focus on the pattern and less on the “sleepwear” aspect. The freedom and ease of movement this style allows is what makes it so popular. Making it office-friendly though, doesn’t mean giving up your comfort. The key is to choose flowy fabrics with excellent construction, then pair them with luxe accessories. Bold, gold hoops for instance, are a big fall trend right now.

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Rocking this season’s Statement Suit is all about confidence. With so much power play in the print, this look works best when you keep the accessories sleek and minimal.


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This season, the IT color for fall is green, in all its shades of glory. From deep forest, to bright emerald, to earthy olive we’ve fallen in head over heels for this fabulous shade. Pair it up with menswear options to give a sophisticated look to your office outfit. While playing on the bold side, why not add some of this season’s chain link look for that last piece of luxe.

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Many businesses these days allow for jeans. Whether yours does every day or just on ‘casual Fridays’, this can lead to a dilemma of a different kind – how to still look professional while taking advantage of more casual materials. A great answer to this is the classic jeans-shirt-blazer combo. We personally love this look, but sometimes it can read a little…predictable. Our fresh take shakes things up with a fashion-forward blazer that’s anything but ordinary. The pinstriped black jeans continue to add some edge, along with some fun, slinky booties. Last but never least, what’s more “of the moment” than a limited edition handbag? This crossbody bag from Nicole Miller and Botkier completes your Cosmic girl ensemble.

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