What To Wear To: The Office

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Whether your job is casual and creative or seriously sophisticated, deciding what to wear to work can be one of the trickiest and most time consuming parts of your week. Your best bet is building out a strong wardrobe of mix-and-matchable neutrals that can easily be updated season to season with a pop of on-trend color, or patterned shirt or scarf.
Comfort for long meetings and late nights is essential while still looking effortlessly stylish, so we've put together some office-friendly outfit ideas in a combination of IZ adaptive fashion and our favorite brands.
What to wear to the office - fashion for wheelchair users
Guys: Change it up from the standard black pants, white shirt combination with our super sharp grey Dress Pants and our contemporary small gingham print Dress Shirt.
Not only do they look great together, either causally with the shirt sleeves rolled, or under a Blazer, they can both transition into weekend wear if the occasion calls for it. Don't be afraid to wear a tie with a fine, complimentary pattern, like this Joseph Lister by Bay Cooper in a darker grey. Complete your look with a bold watch. We like this simple design by Marc Jacobs, with an infinitely wearable combination of black, white and silver.
what to wear to the office - fashion for wheelchair users
Girls: There's nothing easier to match than black on black! Our Pencil Skirt is an essential addition to every work day wardrobe. The ideal length and adjusted hems mean you look maximum chic, especially teamed with the subtle texture of the Lace Shell. Having a bag that can fit your lunch and your tablet, doesn't mean you have to carry an old canvas tote everywhere. Kate Spade has a range of purses with all the space you'd need in a color to suit everyone. Statement frames are a must have and these slightly tinted see-through Greta Glasses from Tom Ford are highly covetable.