Blouse – Ann Taylor | Pants – Ann Taylor | Shoes – Dee Ocleppo (similar here) | Bag – Gucci (similar style here) | Sunglasses – Amazon | Bracelet – Miansai | Ring – Kendra Scott

Fall workwear is probably my favorite type of workwear because you don’t have to cover up your great outfit with a coat yet. Spring is a close second when it comes to styling workwear looks. I wasn’t sure I would like these two pieces together but once I put the outfit on, I was in love with this look! The tie neck of the blouse makes it a bit more formal and appropriate for work, but would also look great with leather pants or skinny jeans for a night out. And next to skinny jeans, I am all about the wide leg cropped pant. As someone that always needs to hem their pants, the cropped style is a favorite since no tailoring is necessary! I also prefer to keep my pants above my ankles so I can show off my shoes. Though green isn’t as neutral of a shade as brown or black, I still think it can be worn with a ton of various colors and prints. If you find yourself needing to switch things up for your work wardrobe, try a pair of dark burgundy or forest green pants or a skirt for fall. Both shades are very versatile and can work with so many different colors or prints that you may already have in your closet.