Returning to the Office? Let Sydney’s Street Style Stars Be Your Outfit Inspiration

Last week at Sydney Fashion Week, sartorial suits landed at the Resort 2022 shows. And because it was winter there, the street style photos showed the viewers wearing outfits. sporty and sharp but soft cuts combined with smart, commuter-friendly accessories. For those of us in New York, these images are the ultimate inspiration for our return to the office this fall.
There are plenty of tailored, comfortable, yet sleek trousers that bode well for a comfortable transition away from home work, and a handful of pretty oversized down jackets — an office piece. really. And for the people below in Sydney, we don’t have to give up our tights just yet, as long as we opt for a taller pair like one with a slit in the hem. In terms of accessories, chic, oversized tote bags that can carry your laptop are a must and sneakers are still great, especially when paired with a striped shirt and white pants. . Wedge heels and strappy sandals are also making a welcome comeback.
If you’re not ready to head back to the office, these composite looks can make you feel differently. Whether you’re going away for a few days a week or planning a full return in the fall, let the street style stars of Sydney Fashion Week be your guide to showing off your style.
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Transitional Styling
With the addition of a chic blazer and long skirt, summer accessories like beach bags and strappy sandals can be very office-appropriate. Bonus points if your tote can fit your laptop!
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Commuter Cool
Back to basics in a pair of trousers, work-appropriate sneakers, button-down shirt and outerwear – a stylish mix of wardrobe staples when moving.
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Running Late?
A sweater, trousers, and a pair of boots are an easy go-to outfit recipe for mornings that don’t go your way.

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