The McArthurGlen Bridgend Work-wear Tips

09 September 2014

As the weather gets colder, nailing those transitional office-ready styles becomes a tricky daily task. However, this period of seasonal change can be used to your advantage, by selecting pieces that keep you stylish both in and out of the work place.  

To guide customers on the perfect autumnal work-ready styles, Bridgend Designer Outlet shares their top five rules to achieve those office-ready looks.

  1. Never underestimate the investment of a great two-piece suit. Whether you prefer a darker navy trouser style or a feminine light grey skirt set, the purchase of two key pieces can go a long way. Pair each item with your favourite staples to maximise outfit possibilities.
  2. Consider the choice of your autumn coat carefully.  If you're looking for a statement piece, choose a tribal pattern or textured garment. A camel or grey style is a key purchase, and can be worn over any item during the period of seasonal change. Choose a belted shape for a flattering alternative.
  3. Utilise your favourite knitted pieces throughout the season. A thick jumper can add an unexpected edge to a formal look, whereas a light cardigan is a great piece in and out of the work environment.
  4. Leather bags are work-ready investments that stay stylish throughout the year. Black, tan or nude styles will match with your office-ready outfit, whilst larger, bucket-style pieces keep in line with this season's trends. Osprey London at McArthurGlen Designer Outlets UK stocks a wide selection of leather accessories; the perfect complement to your office attire.
  5. Update last year's autumn looks with accessories that make a statement. A chunky necklace can liven up last year's white shirt, whereas a pair of statement ankle boots works well with black tights and a skirt.

McArthurGlen's Bridgend Designer Outlet houses the finest in work-wear fashion and accessories brands including: Osprey London, Reiss, Jigsaw, Ted Baker and Kurt Geiger and Ted Baker. With year-round savings of up to 60%,

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