Spring Work-Wear Trends

Online fashion store Kaleidoscope has picked out some of this season’s work-wear trends.

Bradford, United Kingdom, May 17, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Online fashion store Kaleidoscope has picked out some of this season’s work-wear trends.

It can sometimes be tricky to find affordable clothes which look stylish and professional at the same time, which is why many women end up wearing the same old trouser suit to work every day.

Happily, there are a few key trends for Spring which can easily be incorporated into the working woman’s wardrobe.

Colour-wise, flesh and putty tones are popular for Spring. Think pink but not quite. These colours are great for work because their muted hue says "feminine" as well as "professional." For a really on-trend look, mix these colours with black. Try a black skirt with a flesh blouse and two-tone kitten heels.

Dresses have always been a key work-wear staple – they’re so easy to wear and usually give more than a hint of smart glamour. Shift dresses are super fashionable for the Spring 2010 work-wear wardrobe. Forget about blending into the background in a plain grey frock, though: pick out something with a splash of colour, and accentuate it with some well-placed accessories to stand out from the crowd.

Update dresses by teaming them with boots for Spring. Knee-highs are probably a bit risqué for the office, so it’s time to discover the trendy world of ankle and shoe boots. Heine has a great range.

Working feet can relax – the comfortable mid-heel is the height to strut around in this season. Mid-heel boots or shoes with city shorts are also making a return for Spring and Summer 2010.

Emily Hill
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