You’ve finally figured out how to beat the Sweetgreen lunch rush and skyrocketed your productivity with killer Chrome extensions—but your go-to work outfits could use a little pick-me-up. Luckily, there are plenty of dress-code-friendly trends this season. Get ready to be the best-dressed person in the office. 

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Striped Trousers + Mock Turtleneck

Invert the usual solid-striped combo with a pair of eye-catching (but still totally polished) wide-leg slacks.

Get the look: Ann Taylor pants ($80); Everlane sweater ($130)

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Updated Pantsuit

A power suit is anything but boring when it features a modernized double-breasted blazer, flared legs and a just-edgy-enough sheer top. 

Get the look: Rag & Bone blazer ($450); Tibi pants ($395); Simon Miller top ($175)

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Statement-Sleeve Tunic + Skinny Suit

Alternately, a slim-fitting pantsuit gets a totally new look when you add a voluminous, oversize top underneath.

Get the look: J. Crew pants ($138) and blazer ($198); Equipment top ($238)

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Shirtdress + Miniskirt

Those two basics you’re kind of bored with just joined forces to become a totally new look. Bonus points for mixing stripes like all the cool kids are doing. 

Get the look: Velvet by Graham & Spencer dress ($128); Alice + Olivia skirt ($128)

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Monochromatic Top + Pants

Yes, you can pull off the matchy-matchy thing (in a color other than gray or black) without feeling like a crayon: Just keep the overall silhouette classic, like a high-neck blouse and pleated slacks.

Get the look: Missguided top ($24); Milly pants ($140)

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