5 Ways to dress up your T-shirt for work

As the temperatures soar, those smart looking business suits get replaced with breezy summer outfits to make you feel cool and relaxed in the sweltering summer heat. But there comes a point when you crave the comfort of a plain cotton t-shirt you wear at home but cannot muster up enough courage to wear it in the office. But as we see a lot of celebrities and designers experimenting with this simple outfit to make it wearable at any place, you can finally feel at peace as if you get the basics right, nothing can deter you from wearing a t-shirt to office in summers.

This clothing is especially meant to offer relief from the hot and humid weather. With a few styling ideas, you can perfectly rock this casual clothing item in the office and still manage to look sophisticated and ready for work. But let us remind you that you can’t wear just any type of t-shirt for work. You have to be a little choosy about the type of t-shirt you pick as your office wear. Never ever pick a shirt that is splashed with too many colors as it won’t go right with the office ambiance. Pick a shirt in neutral shades and prints for a minimalistic office look.

Now that you know what type of t-shirt works best for office, let us take a look at some styling ideas to wear a t-shirt at work.

1. Graphic Tee with Pencil Skirt

Graphic Tee with Pencil Skirt

Pencil skirts are a wonderful clothing item that can transform the look of any kind of shirt or jacket you wear them with. This time we have teamed this skirt with a graphic t-shirt to make the shirt work as office wear. A plain looking graphic tee blends perfectly with a pencil skirt in the neutral shade to prepare you for your workday. Don a cool looking handbag, ear studs and a pair of high heels with your hair tied neatly into a bun. Don’t forget to add a bit of glam to this look by wearing a metal wristwatch.

2. White T-shirt with High Waisted Pants

White T-shirt with High Waisted Pants

High waisted pants are a must-have in your work wardrobe. But you don’t have to pair it with a collared shirt or jacket all the time. For a change, why not wear it with a simple t-shirt? Teaming your T-shirt with high-waist pants instantly enhances the appeal of any plain looking T-shirt. For best effect,  pick a t-shirt in white color with a round neckline and short sleeves. Don’t forget to tuck the shirt in at the waist. Add a neat looking belt and high heels to be summer ready. You can also add a nice single toned scarf at the neck to complete this pants and t-shirt outfit pairing. Make sure you tie it neatly so it blends well with the office environment.

3. Striped Tee with Palazzo Pants

Striped Tee with Palazzo Pants

A good old striped tee can be your refuge in scorching summers. Wear it with a pair of smartly tailored palazzo pants. While selecting palazzos for office wear, choose single toned fabrics with self-printing.  Stay away from bold colorful prints in the office as they tend to be distracting. Put on a nice beaded necklace and earrings with pumps or high heels to complement this outfit. Carry a decent looking handbag to look ready for office.

4. Short Sleeved T-shirt with Midi Skirt

Short Sleeved T-shirt with Midi Skirt

Midi skirts are essential summer wardrobe staples. You can wear them to the office to stay cool in summer months. These skirts have a sophisticated silhouette which makes them an ideal office attire.  Pair a striped midi skirt with a short sleeved tee shirt to be ready for your day at the office. Put on a dainty necklace, bracelet, and earrings to go with the dress. To add more sophistication to the outfit, wrap a scarf around your shoulders and complete this office wear with a pair of wedge sandals.

5. Crewneck Tee with Jeans and Summer Blazer

Crewneck Tee with Jeans and Summer Blazer

Summer blazers are a thing these days because of the comfort they offer. Tailored from cotton fabrics,  these blazers look perfect to give your attire a formal look. Wear a cotton blazer with a crewneck white t-shirt and black denim. But remember, your jeans should not have any detailing done on it if you plan to wear it in office. Never ever make the mistake of wearing ripped jeans or faded jeans to work. Pick single toned jeans in black color to go with the blazer and t-shirt. Team this outfit with comfortable heels and a metal wristwatch.