It has been a long week and you’re finally ready to sit back and relax over some drinks on a patio or get your groove on at a local lounge. You might have the option to go home and change, but if you’re a commuter and don’t have an outfit to change into, here are some great items that can look work appropriate but can also transition into a great outfit for a night out on the town.
Ladies, a graphic or printed skirt like the one shown below would work well with a cropped jacket and heels.
If you wear a plain sleeveless top underneath in black or white, it will let the skirt shine on its own once you remove the blazer for the night. If you’re not into blazers, try this sheer collared shirt to tuck into the skirt by French Connection.
Pairing this fitted skirt with a loose or structured top, balances out the sexy factor while accentuating your figure. Add a statement necklace to tie it all together.
For a more casual look, you can wear a flowy skirt to go with a pair of flats and a cardigan. Make sure you incorporate a vibrant piece in your outfit so that it still feels fun and light.
Guys can try this light blue pant by Gucci, which can be worn with a pair of leather loafers or lace ups and balance it out with either a geometric shirt underneath a structured jacket or a fun printed shirt on its own.
If it’s a casual outing, these pants can be paired with a V-neck t-shirt and a casual blazer or you can even wear a checkered or graphic short sleeve collared shirt like this camo style shirt.
Top off the look with deep blue, grey or white suede loafers, maintaining your appearance of casual yet chic.
The key here is to choose a comfortable outfit you can relax in for the remainder of the night while highlighting the dressy or casual pieces for the evening.xo