Work-Appropriate Summer Outfits you are gonna love so much.  You might reaaly wanna take a look at these outstanding outfits that make you feel great about yourselves.

Striped Collar Shirt and Jeans

Give your white button-down shirt a break. Select an alternative version, like one with stripes, to keep your look fresh and elevated.

Dress, T-shirt, and Booties

If your dress shows too much skin, simply layer a tee underneath for a more modest look at the office.

Graphic Tee, Skinny Jeans, and Mules

Pick a mule with a heel if you want an extra boost in height around the office (taller = more confident = more powerful, right?). The shoes pair perfectly with skinny jeans and a graphic tee.

Printed Blazer and High-Waisted Trousers

Shed your black and navy winter blazers for brightly-colored printed ones in the summer. This small change makes a dramatic statement with an otherwise neutral ensemble.

A Cold-Shoulder Dress and Printed Mules

For the lucky ladies who work in creative environments, you can get away with wearing a dress that exposes your shoulders. Choose one in a neutral color, but still have fun by pairing it with the season's latest mule heel in a feisty print.

Leather Jacket and Jumpsuit

You've chosen your one-and-done work outfit: the jumpsuit. If it's a sleeveless option, don't risk freezing in the office. Bring a light denim or leather jacket to throw over your shoulders as you peck away at your keyboard.

Printed Blouse and a Midi Denim Skirt

Save your denim mini skirts for the weekend. When it comes to your nine-to-five job, opt for a longer version. Pair with a billowy blouse and glove pumps.

A Jean Jacket, Crop Button-Down Shirt, and Metallic Skirt

Don't be afraid to shine at work in a metallic skirt. This statement piece can be dressed down with a neutral top and jean jacket.

A Black Short-Sleeve Top and White Pants

For days when you don't want to overthink your outfit (full disclosure, this is me every day), tuck a plain top into a pair of linen trousers. Add a pop of color through accessories.

A Denim Button-Down and Floral Pants

The denim button-down is an old classic. Give it new life in the summer by wearing it with busy prints.

A White Cropped Tee, Skirt, and Combat Boots

Heels and flats are office footwear staples, but if you can swing it...why not wear combat boots? It gives a otherwise proper outfit that unexpected touch of edginess.

A Lace Shirt Under a Jumpsuit

To make any outfit feel more feminine, add a lace piece. Take a cue from Chriselle Lim and consider layering it under a wide-leg jumpsuit.