10 Easy Winter Outfit Ideas to Try at Work (and in Life)

Nailing what to wear to work is tough any time of year, but come winter, it’s especially difficult. When temperatures drop, it’s hard to focus on much more than just staying warm. So if you find yourself reaching for the same pants and sweater all too often, don’t worry—we’re here to help you out. Armed with a fresh batch of inspiring outfits, power dressing in the cold has never been quite so easy. You can mix and match trends in a way that feels just right even when it’s chilly out. Below, you’ll find outfit combinations that are easy to nail come Monday morning. Grab a coffee and your laptop, and you’ll be ready to take on the world. Read on for a rundown of our favorite new work-outfit ideas (designed primarily for more creative office settings), and shop the styles you want to wear to impress your boss.

All black doesn’t have to be boring. A textured skirt and fitted top feel extra cool. 

Look polished while staying warm by shopping for a blazer-coat hybrid. Style with low-key jeans and you’ll have an office-ready look.

Repurpose a favorite dress by layering a chunky sweater on top and then finish with flats.

Have a pair of shoes you want to make the center of attention? Pair them with cozy neutral pieces like a warm sweater or a leather skirt. 

Also available in more sizes.

For a sleek work-to-weekend ensemble, opt for a midi skirt styled with chic ankle boots and a leather jacket.

Give a suit a cool spin by styling with a simple tee. Add heels and you’re good to go.

Dress up one of our go-tos, a sweater and jeans, with a pair of beautiful, borderline OTT heels.

Velvet is a must this season. Style a soft blazer with black flares for a cool look.

This season, the coolest way to make a statement is with a sweeping plaid coat. While it could skew preppy, paired with trend-forward pieces it’s a winning choice.

Love the athleisure trend, but not sure how to wear it to work? Look for luxe sportswear materials and style them with polished pieces to make them feel appropriate. 

This post has been updated by Anna LaPlaca.

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