7 Impeccable Workwear Style Lessons To Copy From Amal Clooney

7 Impeccable Workwear Style Lessons To Copy From Amal Clooney

Amal Clooney is an icon in every sense. While she always manages to look flawless on the red carpet, her sartorial choices for workwear is where she serves some style inspiration. The internationally notable human rights lawyer has cultivated the ultimate playful-meets-professional wardrobe, never setting foot outside in anything less than fabulous. And if you are anything like us, you’d probably like to copy her style. luckily, its super easy to personify  Clooney’s fashion spirit animal. From her bold dresses to her expert tailoring, here are 7 tips to steal from the human rights lawyer's officewear rulebook.

Look #1

Give your go-to little black dress  a break. Instead add some color to work wardrobe. A red dress is just as elegant while evoking even more poise, making it just the right thing to wear for your next presentation or big meeting.

Look #2

A simple skirt in a warm camel color can be paired with sweaters, tights, and boots in winter and lightweight, breezy tanks and tops during the summer.

Look #3

While Amal plays with neutrals you can wear yours too by mixing and matching with the rest of the pieces.  Style it with some other basic colors like black, navy or her signatured red.

Look #4

You could totally go for a pair of basic trousers, but pants that have a  subtle flare are a tab bit more fun, and are sure to be an equally valuable piece  for your work wardrobe

Look #5

Though this pair- it- with-anything skirt looks graceful for the office with sweaters and blouses, it will look just as chic on the weekends with your fun tanks, tees, and other off-duty staples.

Look #6

There is no one who doesn't look stunning in a pant suit that is tailored well. The classic look and perfect fit makes it just as head-turning as her other work outfits.

Look #7

You wouldn't think that a Jumpsuit would be worn to the office by a human rights lawyer
(we didn’t either)  but Clooney is proof that, when styled right, they can look just as elegant (and chic) as a business suit.