Spring Trends at Work

Our four favorite runway trends can be toned down so they're just right for the office. Click through to see our favorite work-appropriate pieces—all available online.

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Animal Prints

These call-of-the-wild prints can be really sophisticated office attire when not overdone. Stick to one animal-print piece paired with neutral basics.
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Dalmatian print is such a fun alternative to leopard.
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Gauzy and voluminous.
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The prim collar and tailoring perfectly offset the wild print.
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Color-Blocking

Pair mod silhouettes in black and camel, to offset any ultra-bright hues.
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It looks like a true vintage find.
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Prim, polished and office-ready.
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So cute with black tights and a voluminous skirt.
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Lace

Lace can be added in subtly, with trims and modest feminine shapes.
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Ruffles are a pretty counterpart to the tiny amount of lace.
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The small lace trim goes a long way on this crisp blouse.
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Try lace in a more formal, non-provocative silhouette—like this pencil skirt.
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This shift style is absolutely work-appropriate.
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A vintagey, goes-with-anything blouse.
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Prints

Prints can work surprisingly well for the office when toned down by office-ready basics.
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Pair these with a plain black cigarette trouser.
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A print that screams "Spring!"

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