this faux-leather culotte sitch
Dip your toes into some neutrals when the cold weather hits with a cute cream sweater and brown faux-leather culottes. If it's the beginning of fall and not quite as freezing, opt for some white sneaks and you're done! No need to throw on outwear—unless your office really cranks up the A/C.
this fall floral dress
NEON ROSEus.asos.com -$51.00
Yes, you can totally wear florals during fall—especially if they have gorgeous hues of olive green and burnt orange like the ones in this botanical shirtdress. Complete your look with statement earrings and a top-handle for a killer office look.
this bold boilersuit and boot combo
NASTY GAL -$60.00
A boilersuit is always chic and easy throw on if you're running late to work. One in a bright shade of red will make you stand out in the hallways, and it looks even better with a pair of white-hot boots.
this camel and black pairing
WARP + WEFTcoedition.com -$78.00
Wow, have you ever seen a more elevated outfit?! A camel-tone skirt with a black turtleneck and booties is ultra-sophisticated without looking too uptight.
this chic black-and-white 'fit
A longer patent leather skirt is work appropriate yet trendy—even more so when worn with swirly zebra-print shirt and platform slingbacks. Since your bottoms will catch any reflection, they'll really be the focal point.
this multicolored maxi
ASOS DESIGNus.asos.com -$60.00
Channel the autumnal hues with this orange printed maxi and red block heels. This piece is perfect for transitional weather, too, since the silhouette is summery, but with the right accessories you can easily wear it in cooler temps.
this moto-chic vibe
LUCKY BRAND -$289.99
If your office is more casual, simply throw on a classic leather jacket with medium-wash skinnies and brown booties. You can also edge up any of your summer dresses with this outerwear piece to get more wear out of them.
this fun take on cheetah print
A jumpsuit with a literal cheetah print is a piece you'll love to wear both in and out of the office. The bright pattern stands out against the darker green, and it looks even cuter with a pair of coordinating heeled sandals.
this stripes and denim ensemble
BOYISH JEANSboyish-jeans.com -$168.00
A striped button-down is a classic work go-to that doesn't look at all stuffy with cropped denim jeans and black mules.
this canvas romper
URBAN OUTFITTERSurbanoutfitters.com -$79.00
If it's *technically* fall but doesn't quite feel like it temperature-wise, a shorter romper with a belted waist and thick-soled sandals makes a fun 'fit. Once the weather cools down you can pair it with a statement coat and combat boots.
this printed skirt and sweater
A patterned skirt that also has a solid black panel will go with tons of neutral tops—including this playful keyhole sweater. Balance out the darker tones with a bright heel and you'll get so many compliments.
this cropped cardigan and skirt
URBAN OUTFITTERSurbanoutfitters.com -$59.00
A knit cardigan is a versatile because you can also wear it on its own as a top when buttoned all the way, or wear it open. Take your tie-dye teefrom summer and wear it underneath, and pair it with a black mini, loafers, and ankle socks for an effortless vibe.
this cozy oversize number
& OTHER STORIESstories.com -$119.00
This look is great for those lazy Mondays where you want to put in minimal effort to get ready. (Basically me everyday, TBH.) An oversized beige sweater instantly becomes more put together with zebra-printed pants and black heeled booties. As a bonus, you can wear the comfy sweater as loungewear, too!
this fancy cardigan with coordinating heels
If you *really* love cardigans, get one in dress form with contrasting red and white stripes. Pull it together with matching red ankle strap shoesand you'll have the confidence to kill that presentation you've been preparing for.
this effortless blazer with chic loafers
Your favorite white tee and jeansmight not sound too dressy, but tuck in the shirt and add a double-breasted blazer for an instant chic work outfit. Complete it with comfortable loafers if you're on your feet for most of the day.
this drape-y jacket with ankle boots
An olive jacket with an open front adds some color to a black sweater dress and beige boots, but you can also wear it with jeans and a tee too for a more low-key weekend look.
this statement-making coat
CAPTAIN'S BLOGlulus.com -$78.00
No one will miss you when you walk into the office with a coat as red as this. Balance out the elevated outerwear with distressed crop jeans, a plain T-shirt, and simple heels, and you'll feel prepared to take on the day—no matter how hectic.
this denim jumpsuit
Another transitional piece is this onsie with a belted waist. Wear it with sandals in warm temps, but once fall hits you can wear it with a coat, heels, and a trendy top-handle bag.