What formal shoes to wear at work

In need of Work - Formal outfit ideas featuring shoes? Our stylists have put together a range of different outfit ideas for you.

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The finer details

A crisp white shirt echoes the light pinstripe in these trousers, a simple way to draw the eye to the smaller details.

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Stay smart in colder seasons

A long-line navy overcoat is the perfect smart addition to your winter wardrobe. Pair with a pinstripe shirt and leather gloves for a sophisticated cold-weather look.

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Why we’re all for formal dressing

While we like to keep things casual, occasionally, a smart and preppy look is high on our agenda. We’re talking a blue shirt, navy trousers, and a grey overcoat. Put some prep in your step with a check blazer and penny loafers.

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Invest in a blue check waistcoat

While it might not seem like the obvious piece to pair with a green blazer, this contrasting combo actually screams sophistication. Throw a light blue shirt and brown formal trousers to the mix and look on in awe.

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Pick up some prep

It all starts with lifting basics like a white shirt and neutral linen trousers. A blue checked blazer will add a hefty dose of prep, followed by a colourful accessory to add a bolt of boldness – think an orange tie or pocket square.

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Mix it up in green

Giving a smart look a stylish edge is as simple as switching out your classic chinos. Go for a green shade to stand out for your individual style, and keep the rest of your look classic to stay on dress code.

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Lighten the mood

Get a spring in your step for warmer days with a fresh new colour palette – think greys, blues, and neutrals. For styling, layer a light-tone coat over a check blazer and grey formal trousers. Then, add a classic blue shirt to break up the tone.

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Make a colour change

A charcoal suit is a nice alternative to black (it’s not as harsh) and can feel more individual than navy. Go for a light tie for a tried-and-true suiting combo.

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