We review the on-trend styles that are rocking the world of work in 2018, from checked fabrics to blinged-up bags
Today’s workplace fashion offers notably more adventurous corporatewear choices in comparison to the staid suits of yesteryear. Individuality is positively embraced in many sectors, albeit on a more muted scale than the styles seen on the high street. So what will your more fashion-conscious corporate clothing customer be excited by in 2018?
As ever, there are a number of key trends, kicking off with dark denim. Once a no-no in the office, denim is now established as acceptable attire provided the garment is well cut. While dark navy is recommended for the more conservative workplace, styles such as White Stuff’s Denim Star Tencel Print Shirt are great for those more laidback establishments.
So Denim by AWDis has also introduced denim shirts to its range this year – the Jack Denim Shirt (SD040) and Lucy Denim Shirt (SD045) – which pair perfectly with the brand’s new Adam Slim Chinos (SD020) and Lily Skinny Chinos (SD025) in stone.
The hipster-types manning the MacBooks at many a media establishment will be over-joyed to hear that checked fabrics are hot this season and are making their way into the corporate world too. The Snowdon Check Shirt from FatFace is a versatile style…
Khaki is set to be one of the colours of the summer, as evidenced by Burton Menswear’s smart yet trendy Harrington-style jacket.
Finally, accessories are the perfect finishing touch for any stylish work outfit. Logoed handbags, such as the Love Moschino Tie Logo Bag from Very Exclusive, are big news this year.