Here’s our round up of the best business casual outfits this week. We’re currently really into a monochromatic look for work: nothing beats the workplace Monday Blues better than a killer no-fuss look in black and white.business casual outfits for work

When choosing a black-and-white looks for work, pick interesting textures/fabrics (e.g., suede, velvet, quilted, tweed, wool, satin) and silhouettes (e.g., cropped vs. oversized), and patterns (e.g., stripes, polka dots, plaid) to keep your business casual sleek rather than boring.

business casual outfit with ankle pantsAnkle Pants: Nothing looks better than a tailored pair of pants paired with a more feminine blouse. I personally love how she chose to wear the blouse fully-buttoned as it adds to the sleekness of the silhouette. Ankle pants places the emphasis on the shoes, so be sure to bring out your most killer pumps! (Ph. Credit: 9to5Chic ) {Get a similar look: Pants | Blouse | Pumps | Bag }

business casual outfit with windowpane jacket and pencil skirtLonger Jacket/Blazer: This look is likely more suited for a more fashion-forward workplace than your typical law firm, but I love the fresh take on monochromatic with a windowpane print. I like longer blazers in place of cardigans for a great business casual look as well. {Get a similar look: Jacket | Windowpane Blazer | Pencil Skirt | Lace-Up Pumps | Bag }

Business casual outfit with pencil skirt and plaid blazer

Power Skirt: Never underestimate the chicness of a white skirt or pant paired with a black top! I love how the black and white checks on the blazer ties the whole look together. {Get a similar look: plaid blazer | white pencil skirt | pumps | clutch }

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