How to Wear Florals To The Office

It’s officially Spring! Warm weather, sunny bright days, and pollen like no other. LOL

Florals are yet again popular this Spring. There are tons of ways to wearing them, but I’m going to let you know the easiest way to incorporate them while going to work. 
As we know, some companies and industries expect you to be professional and dress professional. They expect business attire or business casual. With the tips I’m going to share, this will only fit into the business casual environment. Here’s some examples for you:
Want to add a little color and character to a normally boring work attire? Try pairing a sheer, colorful blouse to a black suit. This look will still read professionalism and also add a bit of your personality while staying on trend. This is also a great option for happy hour with your friends after the work day. To transform this look to a night out with friends, lose the blazer and a colored shoe that coordinates with the blouse.
Although this may seem a bit out there, dresses can be translated into your work attire. It all depends on the color and size of the floral print on you the dress. In this case, go for a dress with a small floral print pattern in a darker hue such as royal blue or burgundy. A black blazer would go perfectly with the dress and a black pump or nude pump.
 Afraid to go full on with a floral piece of clothing? Try wearing a floral scarf. To add sophistication, try tying a small scarf around your neck and placing the knot on the side as if the scarf was a necklace. The end pieces should hang to the side of your neck. Also, try tying the small scarf around the collar of your button up shirt. Adding the floral scarf as an accessory will bring this trend to your work attire in a subtle way. Try finding these at a more affordable price at your local thrift shop or consignment.

There’s no reason why you can’t add the new spring trends into your work attire. Bring this ideas carefully into your wardrobe and have fun!

Which one of these will you try?