14 Perfect Prints You Can Totally Wear To The Office

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Clover Canyon has prints down to an art: always beautiful, always unique, never overwhelming.
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This McQueen pencil skirt topped with a white blouse (and maybe even a black blazer!) would work at even the most formal of offices.
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Keep this super simple and super modern by pairing it with some sleek, black, ankle-skimming trousers.
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A printed mini is playful but not inappropriate. (Bonus: we've got six more ways to wear a winter mini right here.)
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This burgundy and navy wool striped dress is great for winter—throw on some black sheer tights and boots and you're ready to go!
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When it comes to officewear, there's no easier way to make prints work for you than with a blouse.
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A pair of classic pumps will elongate your legs and a solid sweater or top will keep the look neutral—but never boring.
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Wear it with tights and boots in the winter or with heels in the summer!
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Not only is the pattern on this dress incredible, the tailoring of it cinches the waist and really shows off your best curves. It's a bolder choice, but we'd pair it with tights, pumps, and a cropped mohair black sweater.
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Gorgeous and statement-making, but still perfect for the office!
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Cinched at the waist, this dress is figure flattering and flirty with a great graphic black and white print.
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Add ballet flats, stovepipe pants and a classic gold watch—and you're set!
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Maybe you're just starting do dip a toe into the prints pond, or maybe you've been mix 'n matching patterns Solange-style since the days of Destiny's Child. But one thing's for sure: incorporating prints into your office attire always feels just that much riskier. To save you that early morning stress, we've found 14 pretty, fun and downright unique prints that you can totally wear to the office—and not look like a crazy person. So try these out in the new year—and be sure to tell us which is your favorite!

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