Whether we were actually at work or not, this trend allows you to dress like you are ready to lead an important HR meeting. We first saw this trend emerge in the earlier 2010s. The business-casual style ruled the earlier parts of the decade.
We confidently rocked modest bodycon dresses, statement necklaces, and peep-toe pumps, often punctuated by a sleek blazer or a professional crossbody bag (remember the craze for neon Cambridge Satchels?).
Business-y fashion is back, and it isn’t as prim and proper as it was in the 2010s. It’s decidedly sexier, younger, and bolder. Instead of bodycon dresses and sharp blazers, opt for relaxed tailoring. You want a business-casual outfit to look menswear-inspired with a feminine edge.
Approaching a more modern business-casual look. Strip it back a little: clean, streamlined pencil skirt, add a sweater vest, and maybe a statement necklace. Adding a classic handbag with a pop of color can finish off the look!