10 Work Outfits That Take You From Day To Night

Originally published on Breakfast With Audrey.

By Stefanie Blanch

Running from the office into the evening may be taxing on your mind (and your feet) but that doesn’t mean your style has to suffer alongside it. So when happy hour is calling your name, these celebrity-inspired work outfits will keep you looking perfect for both settings.

Keep reading for 10 of the best work outfits which effortlessly transition from day to night!

Celebrities out and about, Paris Fashion Week, France - 04 Mar 2016
Credit: Photo by Beretta/Sims/REX/Shutterstock (5609593l) Jessica Alba arrives at Dior show Celebrities out and about, Paris Fashion Week, France – 04 Mar 2016

Work Outfit #1 – Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba shows us the perfect showcase for a versatile work outfit. Adding a block of colour to your tailored ensemble will keep you looking business-professional during the day, while you can add a lipstick to look fun and flirty at night.

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Los Angeles, CA – Sept. 21, 2016: Jaime King and Jamie Chung Celebrate WEI Beauty’s Detoxifying Skincare Line at a luncheon at NeueHouse. – PICTURED: Jamie Chung – PHOTO BY: Sara Jaye Weiss/StartraksPhoto.com

Work Outfit #2 – Jamie Chung 

The pleated midi-skirt is having a moment, and we can see why. Perfect for keeping your work style on point during the day before a night out dancing, pair a pleated midi skirt with simple accessories to keep the focus on your elegant outfit.

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Work Outfit #3 – Lily Aldridge 

A white linen dress never fails to flatter in all scenarios. Suitable for a casual Friday at work before heading out to sunset drinks with the girls or date night, you can pair a white linen dress with flats or heels depending on your mood.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 20: Model and presenter Alexa Chung on day 2 during London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016/17 on February 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Kirstin Sinclair/Getty Images)

Work Outfit #4 – Alexa Chung

Perfect for the denim-obsessed, Alexa’s creative work outfit will keep you comfortable as you rush from business meetings to social meetings on a Friday. Change it up between kitten heels, classic pumps, and boots depending on your plans for the night ahead.

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Work Outfit #5 – Olivia Palermo

Made for boardroom bosses, Olivia’s classy work outfit shows us how to accessorise for the night ahead. Add a pop of colour via an eye-catching bag and some statement sunglasses as you head into the sunset with friends.

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Work Outfit #6 – Gweneth Paltrow 

Embrace velvet this season to create a work outfit that is multi=purpose. Business-appropriate for the office, this chic look will take you into the night with ease.

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Work Outfit #7 – Sara Donaldson 

One of the simplest ways to move between a work outfit a play – with little effort – is to embrace the blue jean. Dress it up with a black silk blouse and classic pump to strut around the office before you enter the darkness.

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Work Outfit #8 – Gigi Hadid 

Ideal for date night, Gigi shows us how to dress up the perennial work-friendly outfit – the LBD, to leave you looking stunning after the lights go down. Statement shoes are all you need to elevate this outfit – and a statement bag never hurts either.

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Work outfit #9 – Caroline De Margaret 

All white, everything. Hard not to love, this all-white work outfit is perfect for warm summer days when you might end up sitting by the harbor after sundown.

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Work Outfit #10 – Victoria Beckham 

It is nearly impossible to create a work-inspired fashion gallery without including Victoria Beckham. Her striped pleated skirt, paired with a classic white shirt shows us that even the most classic work outfits can take you into the night!

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