Best Influencers to Follow for Work Outfits

Wouldn’t it be nice to open your closet and feel excited about putting together something to wear every day of the week? For many of us, figuring out what to wear to work is an ongoing weekday struggle. Some offices require formal, business attire. Others allow

business casual

, or even streetwear (looking at you, startup culture!). Hitting that mark each time can get frustrating, or, at any rate, feel stale once you’ve exhausted your wardrobe favorites. And clothing is important — it can help set your mood as well as broadcast to the world something about you.

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Whether you want to feel colorful, fierce, whimsical or like a #boss — we’ve got you covered. Add these top fashionistas to your Insta feed or give their blogs a scroll for inspiration for any day of the week.

Bold & Whimsical Workplace Attire

1. Courtney Quinn of

Color Me Courtney

Courtney Quinn — Color Me Courtney

Courtney, a New Yorker who worked for brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Jonathan Adler and Kate Spade, demonstrates the playful effect monochromatic layering makes when you layer different materials.

Courtney Quinn — Color Me Courtney

2. Amy Roiland of

A Fashion Nerd

Amy Roiland — A Fashion Nerd

Amy’s style is eye candy to the Wes Anderson or Pop Art lover. Try something similar by mixing and matching bold colors and prints and adding unexpected accessories like a hat or tinted sunglasses.

Amy Roiland — A Fashion Nerd

3. Tiffany Battle of

The Werk! Place

Tiffany Battle — The Werk! Place

This former Intel process engineer highlights her creative

and

analytical mind on with her fashion, found on her blog and YouTube channel. Give Tiffany’s look a try by mixing solid pops of color, or picking a neutral pattern and pairing it with a bold headwrap.

Tiffany Battle — The Werk! Place

4. Folake Huntoon of

Style Pantry

Folake Huntoon — Style Pantry

For striking, put-together combinations, Folake is a go-to. The 40-something mother of three offers style inspiration for those not afraid to look their best.

Folake Huntoon — Style Pantry

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5. Katherine Matthews of

The Work Agenda

Katherine Matthews — The Work Agenda

This Texan 20-something works in oil and gas, an industry dominated by men. That doesn’t stop Matthews from dressing in feminine (yet business formal!) attire.

Katherine Matthews — The Work Agenda

6. Emily Plummer of

Corporate Catwalker

Emily — Corporate Catwalker

Emily, a former PwC Chartered Accountant in Australia, showcases a polished, corporate look perfect for anyone in finance or corporate work.

Emily — Corporate Catwalker

7. Beckie Williams and Sophie Tieman of

Two Corporate Girls

Two Corporate Girls

This Aussie duo — a lawyer and a commercial property valuer — style themselves in a classic, neutral palette that easily translates to each season. In the look demonstrated here, a light sweater or blazer would shift their outfits from warm weather to winter.

Two Corporate Girls

8. Mary Orton of

MEMORANDUM

Mary Orton — MEMORANDUM

If you’re a sucker for chic, modern style, Mary’s your muse. Layer a loose-fitting blouse with a fitted skirt to dial up the sass, or a flowing skirt for a breezier style.

Mary Orton — MEMORANDUM

9. Anh Sundstrom of

9 to 5 chic

Ahn Sundstrom — 9 to 5 chic

By day, San Francisco-based Ahn works in marketing. By night, she’s a fashion blogger showcasing an effortless, elegant look that works well on either coast.

Ahn Sundstrom — 9 to 5 chic

Everyday Wear

Nnenna Echem

Nnenna, an Oslo-based content creator, shows us how pairing tops and bottoms of the same color creates an effortlessly put-together look.

Nnenna Echem

Mattie James

A self-described wife, mom, and lifestyle influencer, Mattie James creates one-of-a-kind looks with items you may already own, such as wide-legged jeans, or a shift dress. Her shoes —like those chrome Oxfords — and accessories give each outfit that perfect, finishing touch.

Mattie James

12. Helena Glazer Hodne of

Brooklyn Blonde

Helena Glazer Hodne — Brooklyn Blonde

Born in Queens to Russian immigrant parents, Helena has been part of the NYC fashion scene since graduating FIT. The mother and style influencer is a fan of solid neutrals, pairing items such as a knit sweater with faux leather pants to add interest with textures, rather than patterns.

Helena Glazer Hodne — Brooklyn Blonde

13. Kristine of

TrendyCurvy

Kristine — TrendyCurvy

Kristine, an L.A. plus-sized fashion blogger, pairs heels with skinny 3/4 length pants and adds floral features with prints. These looks could work for the office, weekend brunch, or even a date.

Kristine — TrendyCurvy

14. Erika Fox of

Retro Flame

Erica Fox — Retro Flame

Erica, originally from Ireland, works her New York City street style with these day-to-night looks. Her Instagram and blog offer stylish outfits perfect for millennials.

Erica Fox — Retro Flame

Flowy, Floral and Fabulous

15. Katherine Ormerod of

Work Work Work

Katherine Ormerod — Work Work Work

The motto of the site Katherine edits is “1. No one’s Life Is Perfect, 2. Nothing Worth Having Comes For Free, 3. What You See Isn’t Always What You Get.” If that — or any of her flowing styles — resonate with you, give Work Work Work a look.

Katherine Ormerod — Work Work Work

Freddie Harrel

Born in Paris but “a Brit by choice,” Freddie gives the modern working girl polished looks that aren’t so, well, uptight. Her outfits are professional and offer room to breathe — a welcome break to tailored blouses or pants.

Freddie Harrel

17. Charlotte Groenevel of

The Fashion Guitar

Charlotte Groenevel — The Fashion Guitar

Hailing from the Netherlands, Charlotte, who now calls New York home, showcases surprising combinations that mix florals, stripes and multiple textures. Give it a try yourself by combining primary colors with black shirts, or mixing a floral dress with a patterned purse.

Charlotte

Groenevel

— The Fashion Guitar


18. Rochelle Johnson of

Beauticurve

Rochelle Johnson — Beauticurve

Arkansas-based Rochelle, a mother and fashion blogger, showcases what pieces with unexpected trimmings can do for an outfit. Case in point: the ruffle on her striped shirt and split blazer sleeves on her ensemble below.

Rochelle Johnson — Beauticurve


19. Tanesha Awasthi of

Girl With Curves

Tanesha Awasthi — Girl With Curves

Tanesha, a full-time influencer and former tech worker, uses a-line skirts and dresses to add flow and movement to workplace styles. For colder weather, pair a pleated A-line skirt with a fuzzy sweater, or for warmer weather, add a belt to a faux-wrap dress to highlight your waist.

Tanesha Awasthi — Girl With Curves


20. Nikki Frenney-Wiggins of

NikkiFreeStyle

Nikki Free — NikkiFreeStyle

Atlanta style influencer Nikki Free shows us the power and beauty of matching coordinates that work day to night with her Hawaiian print ensemble, as well as the easy yet polished look of an off-shoulder button-front blouse paired with bell bottoms.

Nikki Free — NikkiFreeStyle

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