The holidays are now over for everyone, it’s time to go back to the office!
Full of energy after the relaxing summer holidays, the only thought of all women is: what look can I create for returning to the office?
Let’s find out together in this new article some ideas for a perfect outfit to wear in the office in this month of September 2022.
The first look we have chosen for you is composed of palazzo trousers, blouse and décolleté. A casual look with a chic touch, which we can create by choosing a beige and brown checked patterned palazzo pants, a solid color nude blouse with long sleeves and bow at the neck, finishing the look with a décolleté in leather with midi heels like the Cleopatrahet article in the nude version by Luca Grossi.
As a second outfit, however, we offer you an elegant and bon ton look made up of a longuette skirt, top and sandal with midi heel. For example, we can opt for a solid color longuette skirt in black with a high waist, and combine it with a simple ribbed top, in solid gray color with a square neckline, completing this outfit with a suede sandal with a midi heel like item Gina 630 in the aquamarine version by Luca Grossi.
The third look we have chosen for you is composed of skinny jeans, shirt and sneakers. For those who love comfortable looks but with a casual touch this is perfect: we can choose to wear a light-colored denim skinny jeans, a classic shirt in solid orange color with particular ruffles in the final part of the sleeve and finally a sneaker in leather with rubber sole like item Francesca 600 in the platinum version by Luca Grossi.
As a last look to wear for the return to the office we recommend this outfit consisting of a shirt dress and sandal. A comfortable but fashionable look that we can create by combining a shirt dress in solid color in fuchsia color with buttons on the front, long skirt, three-quarter sleeves and belt at the waist of the same color and material of the dress, with a sandal in leather with rubber sole like item Giovanna 497 in the white-black version by Luca Grossi.