Trendy Style

How to Wear Women Suits in Chic Way

The first thing that pops into your head when I say ‘office’ and ‘formals’ are – suits. Yes, they are trademarks of an authentic office or meeting set up. Women often wear these to any important conferences or meetings. But just to challenge the old fashion trends, here are few ways in which you can style your suits to make them look trendy and better. Yes, they will still be the formal wear but will also make you look stylish.

Wear your blazer and pants with a tank top. Yes, if you haven’t tried this yet, then you should do it. Instead of going for the same old formal shirts, this is a safe alternative to make you look classy and fashionable.

If you are okay with wearing different layers of clothing on you, then this one is for you. Over your formal shirt, put on a t-shirt! Then you can wear regular blazers with jeans pant or the regular suit pants. This is the nerdy look that will draw you a good score in the fashion game. Pair it with cool, black-rimmed, cat-eye glasses and you’ll make heads turn.

Scarfs are life saviors! If you use them to cover your face against the dust or simply like to tie them to your sling bags, you should consider wearing them with your suits too. Take a scarf that compliments the color of your suit and wrap it fashionably around your neck. This is going to transform your look visibly.

Suits that have bell-bottom pants are going to make you look slimmer and better. I would say, go for the satin silk shirt and a slightly tight blazer, unlike the loose ones that the office going ladies choose.  This is going to make you look professional and also fun-loving.

Go for the bright colors! People end up buying suits only in the black, white and cream colors. Get out of that zone and choose vibrant colors like neon green, Blue, Red or Magenta. They will make you stand out in the crowd.


Whatever you wear, just keep your confident face on and rule the world like it’s no one’s business!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.