17 Cool, Casual Work Outfits to Wear All Winter Long

Now that summer’s over, you don’t have to worry about sweating through your clothes during your morning commute. Yet getting dressed for the office during the winter can be just as difficult. As tempting as it is to reach for your regular sweater-and-boots combo, you might find yourself in a sartorial rut sooner than you think.

Which is why we rounded up a whole batch of easy work outfits that’ll keep you feeling fresh every day this winter. Whether you work in a more casual environment or only have a few casual Fridays here and there, having simple winter ensembles that are also work appropriate are always good to have on hand. Read on to see our favorite work outfits that anyone can put together in minutes.

Every working woman should have a check blazer.
Perfect for casual Friday.
Classic for a reason.
Style this with tights and over-the-knee boots.
This color is so good.
Can’t go wrong with classic black skinnies.
This color is perfect for fall.
Wear this all season long.
No doubt you’ll stay warm in this.
So chic.
Ryan Roche makes some of the best knits out there.
You’ll love wearing these.
Yes, you can still wear florals in the spring.
Corduroys are back for fall.
No such thing as too many blazers.
Pleated skirts are always welcome at the office.
This asymmetric sweater is perfect for the chilly weather.
These are so flattering.
This puffer is a fashion girl–favorite.
Wear these with loafers for a more relaxed ensemble.
Just wait until you see the back.
Perfect for those colder offices.
This will brighten up anyone’s day.
Add a pop of color to your outfit with this skirt.
So cute.
We’ll always love Tibi for the office.
Cozy up in this.
Lace has never looked so cool.
Larger gingham prints are perfect for fall.
These will always look good.
Every fashion lover needs a chic faux-fur jacket.
Wear these with boots or heels for the office.
Vintage vibes get a modern upgrade.
These are essential, no?

These cool, casual work outfits will make getting ready a breeze, even in the dead of winter.

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