Summer weather is in full swing and some of us have started returning to the office at least part time. While I thankfully do not have to return in-person until the fall, I’ve already begun thinking about my work wardrobe and planning different looks. It’s been so long since I’ve had to think about office attire, so I’m honestly excited!
I’m also not going to lie – summer office style can be tricky as I’m switching between the extreme DC heat and freezing office AC. I always try to keep a sweater on hand when I’m at my desk and keep the rest of my outfit light so I don’t overheat when walking to work or taking a coffee break. Add to that the necessity of wearing a mask indoors, and office style is definitely going to be a bit more complex this year. Because of that, I’ll be sticking with my tried and true workplace attire like my favorite skirts, airy printed blouses, and comfortable shoes.
As you all know, I’m a huge fan of Margaux shoes and wanted to highlight some styles I already own as well as ones I’m eyeing that I believe would be the perfect additions to your summer work wardrobe. I love Margaux shoes because they’re the perfect mix of comfort and classically chic style. I’ve rounded up my favorite options for a polished, professional workplace as well as for a more creative environment or for casual Fridays.
Polished and Professional
You can’t go wrong with any of these classic silhouettes in any work environment! The sleek, chic designs pair well with both slacks and dresses, and you can choose from a range of colors to pick the one that suits your style best.
These styles allow you to showcase a more fun, creative side while still being professional. I’m a big fan of mules for warm weather, as well as wearing low heeled sandals and fun bright colors. These each add the perfect bit of flair to your work look that’s great for casual Friday attire.
I hope these Margaux styles inspire you to refresh your work wardrobe as many of us head back into he office later this year! Let me know your favorite style in the comments!
This post was in collaboration with Margaux and the views expressed are my own.