When we consider a "heat wave" anything above 30 degrees, getting dressed for work seems like is a completely daunting task. Wearing the same turtleneck and jeans five times over becomes the new office uniform, and before we know it layering feels like a second job. Don't let your wardrobe suffer with the weather—get inspired with these seven chic options.
The Soft Classic
A pink cashmere softens the classic leather look, giving you the pop of color you need to combat dreary weather.
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Fashion blogger and freelance wardrobe stylist Lindsey Higa, better known as @pineappleice, is living your dream life. Not only does she live in paradise (really, she was born and raised in Honolulu), but she also has the sartorial chops to make even the most casual errand look chic. When she's not busy with work and travel, she's running around the Hawaiian town in outfits that will have you booking a tropical vacation, ASAP. See six of her best looks to wear to the farmer's market, the pool and beyond.
If the thought of dropping temperatures and slushy streets have sent you into a winter outfit rut, you're not alone. Dressing for work underneath a giant puffer coat can sometimes feel a bit uninspired, so take note from these well-dressed women who have their cold weather looks on lock.
Borrowed From The Boys
Style a menswear-inspired blazer and trousers with a pair of sleek stiletto boots for the perfect masculine-meets-feminine contrast.
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Topshop blazer, $125, topshop.com.
Maje pants, $195, net-a-porter.com.
Stuart Weitzman boots, $575, stuartweitzman.com.
The New Pencil Skirt
As we get ready to usher in a new year, it's also time to usher in a new set of trends. According to the runways, the street style scene, and the best dressed A-listers, these are the emerging fashion trends to watch in 2018. Whether your resolution is to take more style risks or hone in on your wardrobe, these are the looks to weave into your wardrobe. Plus, the trends it's time to retire (for now).
1 Lavender Dreams
The beret is back and, thanks to Instagram, cooler than ever. From the brigade of leather berets down Dior's Fall 2017 runway to the likes of Bad Gal Riri, Bella Hadid, and all your favorite influencers, there are an endless number of ways to wear the French hat this season. If you're unsure about how to style the beret without looking like a cliché tourist visiting Paris for the first time, look no further than these women who've mastered the look both on and off Instagram. Plus, shop our favorites of the season.