Equality and diversity in the workplace

Equality and diversity in the workplace

The androgynous look this season has blended with various evergreen trends like a cinched waist, the 70s suit, peep shows of the decolletage, and the 90s power dressing. As we blend the lines of equality in masculine and feminine, tailoring and suiting in the workplace have become more relaxed, even for men. 

For workplace professionals, we recommend keeping the trend to a minimal, you don’t want to be caught wearing a bralette to a board meeting. The key is finding the right balance in silhouette to keep your power game strong in the office. 

Look for elements like loose straps, cut-outs, monochrome pairing, a bit of lace show, and ways you can mix-and-match your office shirt. Play up your look with subtle shoes and accessories, just a hint of glam.

Look 1: The Gingham Style

This look is particularly interesting, as it reminds us of the late 80s officewear. It’s a nostalgic approach to wooden cabinets, coffee machines, and paperwork without the computers.

Look 2: Oxford

The classic cuts, designs, and colours of fine tailoring come from Italian and British suiting. With warm, muted tones of camels and coffees, we’re seeing casual officewear merge beautifully with the season’s trends.

Look 3: Subtle Sexy

With fine tailoring and blending lines of the sexes, the classic tuxedo has ways of becoming sensual and smart.

Look 4: 3 To Tango

The 3-piece suit is back! We’re loving the renovated suit and vest. Keep the look casual for evenings, focusing on simple textures and seams. Anyone can pull off the tuxedo look, as long as silhouettes are proportionate to your body’s shape. Try high-waisted pleated trousers, slim-line blazers, and relaxed shirts.

Look 5: Mono-colourprint

We’re equally tired of seeing greys, blacks, whites, and houndstooth as the common suit options. Colour is making a comeback in other areas of the workplace. Be sure to have fun with satins and prints on your suits, blazers, and trousers this season.

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