Bermuda Shorts At The Office? How To Nail This Spring Outfit

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Even though we're only a few days into March, we've already compiled a mile-long list of spring buys we're anxiously waiting to scoop up. And, right now, a roster of new work outfits is dominating our shopping carts. Sure, we've got plenty of trusty, throw-on-and-go dresses and lightweight pantsuits in the mix, but we're also craving those trendy resort styles that'll seriously impress our coworkers. Take 3.1 Phillip Lim's bermuda-shorts outfit: It's sleek, polished, and basically the encapsulation of how we want to dress, like, all the time.

For naysayers who don't think shorts fit in at the office, allow these powder-blue, silk-organza bermudas to change your perspective. Falling slightly above our knee, they're comparable in length to our HR-approved skirts, but the right fabrics keep them from veering into too-casual territory. Plus, styled with a tailored, double-breasted blazer and espadrille loafers, this getup looks and feels so put-together. And, well, that's basically all the justification our wallet needs. Ring 'em up!
PhillipLim_collagePhoto: Courtesy of 3.1 Phillip Lim.

3.1 Phillip Lim Sheer Overlay Short, $350, available at SSENSE; Madewell Cutoff Tee, $35, available at Madewell; Elyse Walker Dee Gacela Animal-Print Espadrille Loafer, Black/White, $380, available at Neiman Marcus; Babaton Dante Blazer, $165, available at Aritzia; Le Specs Ziggy Sunglasses, $69.95, available at Le Specs; Ted Baker Suno Purse, $125.99, similar style available at Zappos.