Plus-Size Work Clothes
These chic, office-ready outfits have you covered, from nine to five and beyond.
Talk about versatile—not only does this teal hue look great against all skin tones, this dress works way beyond your daily grind. Grab a clutch and slip on a pair of sexy sandals for an easy evening transition, or pair it with comfy metallic flats for a weekend outfit that’s both relaxed and polished.
To buy: $110; dillards.com.
It’s the ultimate layering piece. This tank’s ruffle detail and silky sheen add dimension and detail under blazers or cardigans at the office—or beneath a leather jacket for an evening out. Also available in black.
To buy: $26; dressbarn.com.
This pretty mustard shade is an ideal hue for fall. Not sure how to work it into your wardrobe? Pair it with neutral basics like black or navy blouses.
To buy: $76; macys.com.
Your favorite white shirt, only way, way better. Meant to be seen, not tucked, the asymmetric hemline has a slimming effect that looks great whether worn over a pencil skirt, sleek black pants, or even jeans.
To buy: $40; asos.com.
The easiest way to upgrade your office basics? Add just a hint of shine to everyday silhouettes. The metallic print on this blouse is subtle enough to wear to work, but sparkly enough to catch the eye.
To buy: $58; nordstrom.com.
Not all work ensembles have to be black, grey, or white. Add a little energy to your work wardrobe with this fun, structured skirt paired with a pastel blouse. The classic cut and to-the-knee hemline keep it office-appropriate.
To buy: $70; eloquii.com.
The on-trend update to your trusty black trousers, this cropped length is as current as it is flattering. Pair with sleek nude pumps for the ultimate leg-lengthening look.
To buy: $90; eloquii.com.