How to spice up a casual business look

If you ask me, I'd say that almost every piece in your closet can somehow make its way into a business look.
 Many classical business looks seem so uptight, but I think it is all a matter of proportions and color. For a more relaxed look, I'd suggest pairing a suit skirt with a cotton t-shirt; wear loose fitting jackets or blazers on top of perfectly fitted dresses or casually wear your oversized clutch. If you can't carry your entire life in a clutch, go for a structured bag and pair it again with more relaxed items like shirtdresses.

When it comes to the shoes, pick a pair of wedges if you want to be comfortable. 
These are perfect for long days at work and you can take them directly to an afternoon lunch! 
Flats are also a smart choice, but try picking a pair with some interesting detailing going on, like patent leather inserts. 

This being said, here are some more ideas to add flavor to a casual business look:

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FOCUS ON JEWELERY. Chunky golden cuffs would be my first option, but why not draw attention to your face and what you have to say? Keep your outfit simple (think a white cotton tee for the upper part), but top it with a cooler than cool necklace:



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KEEP WEIGHT OFF YOUR SHOULDERS. Flaunt a (slightly bigger than the average) clutch or pouch.

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SHIRT + DRESS = Casual shirtdresses
Business Casual: the shirtdress

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WANT MORE OPTIONS?... pick a skirt! It is much more versatile. 


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WHEN IN DOUBT:



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