The Workwear Edit: Styling Tips

WEAR MORE OF YOUR WARDROBE FOR WORK

NOT's Tips for Reimagined Workwear

Shop all the below styles at The Edit: https://www.notaligne.com/collections/the-edit  

 

SURPRISING SLEEVES

Try a simple and easy silhouette with drama in the sleeves. Add extra flare when its NOT's Cross Sleeve Top, the curly wonder of Halstenbach's wool skirt, and Coco & Breezy opticals.

 

MIXING PATTERNS

We all love black but mixing different patterns makes life so much more fun. Here, checks combine with pin dot stripes for sophisticated play. Iza by Silvia D'Avila's sculptural earrings top off the look.

 

TOPS WORN AS JACKETS

A wrap top can be layered open or even belted open. Here our Electric Blue Wrap Top is layered over Donna Zhong's grey wool jumpsuit. Complete the look with Iza by Silvia D'Avila's organic earrings and Co.Mode corduroy platforms.

 

COLOR OUT OF THE BOX

Pair monochromatic pieces with colorful neutrals such as maroon, mint, and bronze. These striped cashmere and cotton blend pants are a perfect example.

 

LAYERING DRESSES

Get a chance to wear those short and sassy dresses out more by layering them over pants or skirts. Here, our wool Cross Strap Dress is paired with a Donna Zhong skirt or NOT Side Pleat Pants.

 

NON TRADITIONAL COATS

Top off any look with a nontraditional coat to make a powerful statement. Our Interlock Coat closes like two connecting puzzle pieces!

Photography Daniel Zuchnik | Makeup Diana Kraut | Model Dierdre Reimold & Rebekka Sandok

 

 

 

 

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