The cold months are already here, and soon winter will be upon us in full force. If you ever get in a style rut as soon as it’s freezing outside or find yourself wearing the same ol’ black sweater over and over to the office each week (*raises hand*), it’s gonna be okay. We’ve rounded up some cute ’n’ cozy work outfits that’ll snap you out of it. Whether you work 9 to 5 in a business-casual office, in a creative field, or in a more corporate setting, we’ve got some stylish winter outfit inspiration just for you. Here, Some cute winter work outfits that’ll not only keep you toasty warm at your desk, but also impress your coworkers and bosses with your fashion sense.
a shearling jacket and snakeskin pants
Crop Ao Sherpa Trucker Jacket
Lean into neutrals this season with a cream-colored fuzzy jacket and animal-print skinnies. Keep it polished with some pointed black slides, and you’ll be so comfy at your desk.
chic winter suiting
If it’s more of a corporate atmosphere, you’ll look pulled together at the office in a coordinating blazer and pant. Style it with an elevated mule and keep it simple with clean white tee underneath.
plaid pants with a mockneck sweater
High-Waist Button-Leg Pants
These plaid pants are easy to style with simple black knit sweater. Add a fun zip bootie and a trendy faux-fur-trimmed structured bag to make it more *fashun.*
a burgundy tie dress with heels
Ruffle Pleated Long Dress
A pleated dress with ballon sleeves definitely makes a statement in the hallways, but it still looks v polished—especially with a pair of metallic heels. (If it’s too cold outside, you can always keep them under your desk and swap your sneakers for them once you get in.)
faux-fur jacket with jeans and booties
Song of Style Ira Coat in Fern Green
SONG OF STYLE
A faux-fur coat against a beige turtleneck and styled with your favorite denim and cream booties is the ultimate causal Friday outfit. It’s also cute enough to wear to those dinner plans with your friends after.
a puff-sleeve turtleneck with plaid skirt
L’Academie Larra Sweater in Black
Try a fashion-forward puff-sleeve turtleneck and pair it with a check print skirt for those cold-weather vibes. Add slouchy boots and a chain-strap bag to keep it stylish.
a utility dress with a red boot
Utility Midi Shirtdress
Keep it simple with a black, utilitarian dress and add color with a high-shine red bootie; plus, this design makes it great for layering long sleeves under it.
a belted maxi dress with tall boots
If your job requires you to dress up then this is the look for you. A belted silk maxi dress is great to layer under a coat in the winter time and it happens to look killer with a tall black boot.
faux-leather trousers with a cut-out winter knit
Faux Leather Wide-Leg Pant
Each time winter comes back around, faux-leather pants appear everywhere. Wear this cold-weather staple to the office with a classic block-heel pump and add a bold red sweater to prevent any chills.
a striped cardigan over a silk skirt
The Jax Sweater
This striped cardigan is made for layering. Balance out the ensemble with an elevated silk navy skirt and more low-key white sneakers.
a corduroy set with a striped long-sleeve shirt
The Corduroy Wide-Leg Pant
If your office doesn’t really have a dress code, keep it casual in a matching jacket and pants with white sneaks. Add a striped long-sleeve to break up the solid colors, and bam! Your work outfit looks so effortless.
a leopard-print dress
Animal Phrases Shirtdress
Keep it profesh in a polished shirtdress with a belted waist and complete the look with some not-too-high black heels. Now you’re ready to crush it in that meeting, girl.
a puffer coat with a midi dress
This jacket is the real deal for warmth in the winter. Style the puffer with a chic midi dress for more coverage and add a thick-soled sneaker to keep the look modern and extremely comfy.
an olive-tone monochromatic look
Go monotone in a gorgeous olive-green hue. (It makes getting dressed in the morning SO much easier when you pick one color, just sayin’.) Pair the outerwear with a cashmere sweater and a wide-leg trouser to complete the ensemble.
a shearling coat with a bohemian midi dress
This shearling coat is sure to keep you warm while commuting. Style it with a trans-seasonal bohemian midi dress and add a warm winter hiking boot.
a graphic skirt and knit sweater
Stay warm in the office with an oversize sweater over a striped silk skirt. Coordinate it with a comfy kitten heel if you know you’re gonna be on your feet a lot.