Winter work wear can be a little tricky. Sometimes it’s hard to balance warmth with work appropriate. I don’t know about you but back in my corporate America days my office felt more like a meat locker. If you know me well, you also know that being cold is one of my least favorite things in the world. So, of course I came up with a solution – an illegally smuggled space heater hidden under my desk. 🙂
I’m certainly not encouraging you to do anything to jeopardize your job. There are definitely better ways to stay warm, like wearing the pieces from my list of 10 winter work wear essentials.
I’m willing to bet you already have quite a few of these pieces in your closet. If not, remember that these items are classics that will stand the test of time. My rule of thumb is to invest a little more into quality if you’re planning to get more mileage out of them.
Keep your pieces neutral or in the same color palette to get the most wear out of them. You can always add in color with scarves and accessories.
10 Winter Work Wear Essentials
1. Cable Knit Sweater – A cable knit sweater is really versatile for your winter wardrobe. You can layer it over a button down shirt for extra warmth and to dress it up a bit. Plus it does double duty on the weekends with jeans and casual wear. Shopping Options: 1/2/3
Winter Style Challenge
If you liked the pieces in this mini-capsule, you’ll love the Winter 2016 GYPO Style Challenge! We’re styling many of these pieces and more in our 22 days of mix and match winter outfits. Sign up now to get your winter trends shopping list and first week of mix and match outfit ideas immediately!
I Feel Pretty Link Up
It’s the day of the week at GYPO where we celebrate what makes us feel pretty. Whether it’s a new outfit, hairstyle, or makeup, the I Feel Pretty link up is about anything and everything that makes your life prettier. Even if you’re not a blogger, you can still play along. Just tell us what made you feel pretty this week in the comments.
Get Your Pretty On
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1. Follow GYPO. (Bloglovin‘, Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest)
2. Link up your pretty post.
3. Link back to GYPO (using the button above or your own link).
4. Visit other pretties.