Photo: Courtesy of Nordstrom.Leather is a big trend for fall but you don't want to walk into work looking like a dominatrix. Keep your leather to one piece, like this camel-colored leather skirt with zip pockets. It's not too tight, which makes it office-appropriate. You can pair it with a chunky sweater on top, and accessorize with tights and booties to stay cozy for fall.
Photo: Courtesy of J.Crew.If the spring '14 shows were any indication, active-wear is becoming more and more normalized into our everyday looks. While it might be tough to make the sweats, T-shirt, and baseball cap work for your Monday to Friday, you can take some inspiration from active-wear, like these drawstring pants in this punchy papaya color. The fit is very sportswear-inspired and would look great in the office with a crisp button up and a pair of heels. The trick is to style it like you’re wearing them on purpose! It’s intentionally chic!
Photo: Courtesy of Shopbop.Camouflage is another big trend for fall, but instead of going straight to the army greens, try it in black and grays. This blouse would look great with a pair of plum-colored pants or a burnt-orange skirt.
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