Colours make or break your OOTD.
And when you are dressing up for your work, you should be more careful while figuring out the colour of your work outfit. Wearing the right colour to work would make you look more professional and put together. How you present yourself at work is crucial to how people perceive you! So always pay a little extra attention while choosing colours for your formal attire!
Here are the 6 colours that we think would complement your work OOTD the best while also making sure that you don't break the office dress code.
Colours That Could Complement Your Work OOTD
Grey colour gives you a neat and formal look. You can experiment with different tones of grey to find the one that will suit you the best. If you work in a corporate office and you have to attend a lot of professional meetings or events, you should include a nice grey checked suit or co-ords in your wardrobe.
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2. Off White or Beige
Off white and beige are two very versatile colours for your work outfit that make you look organized. They look good on women of all skin tones. Every woman should have an off white/beige blazer in her wardrobe which can complete just any work outfit. It looks great when paired with a white shirt, black trousers and stilettos.
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3. Dusty Pink
Dusty pink is a feminine colour which looks very graceful at work and suits fair skinned beauties the most. Get yourself a sheath dress in this chic colour and pair it with minimal gold jewellery to ace your work look. Pick a light pink nail shade like Apricot Dew from our new #DeBellePro range to pair with this outfit.
4. Navy Blue
Navy blue is an edgy yet a cool work-appropriate colour. According to Lisa Johnson Mandell from AOL Jobs, navy blue is the colour of "team player". It inspires confidence and trust. Moreover, it can be paired with a variety of colours.
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5. Khaki or Olive
Olive and khaki hues have been in workwear fashion trends since 2018. If your workplace has a business-casual approach for dress codes, you can totally flaunt a khaki/olive shirt with off white trousers and flats.
Gone are the days when you could only dress yourself up for office in greys, neutrals or whites. These days, you can experiment with colourful blazers and shirt dresses to make your look stand-out from the rest. So if you love dressing up in shades of crimson, add a few formal clothing pieces in red colour to your wardrobe. They will add a powerful touch to your work look since the colour red exudes power and passion.
A red blazer or a long coat is definitely a staple in women's work wardrobe.