How To Incorporate Trends Into Your Work Wardrobe

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Dressing for work in the spring and summer can be a bit of a challenge. Since the weather is warm, it's easy to have an inappropriate situation at work. No one wants to be the girl that is called to the human resources office to have that awkward conversation about following the dress code. When it comes to spring/summer office style, the most important thing to remember is to not overdo it. You want easy breezy style. Instant outfits.

Getting dressed for work doesn't have to be boring or simple. You can incorporate trends and still be professional. Office dress codes aren't like what they used to be years ago. Today, depending on your work environment, you can really have fun with fashion at work without a trip to HR. I'm going to share with you four trends you should buy and incorporate in your wardrobe and how to wear them.


Graphic Prints


DKNY shirtdress, $119

Graphic prints were a dominating trend for spring 2013. Especially in black and white. For the office, try a graphic print shirtdress or shift for a feminine modern look. The DKNY dress pictured above comes in both misses and plus sizes.


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