13 Office-Appropriate Shirts That Will Impress Your Colleagues

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Office-Appropriate Shirts That Will Impress Your Colleagues

by Lucy Morris |
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When you work 9-to-5 (or let’s be honest 9-until-maybe-7pm-or-later) it’s far too easy to fall into a boring workwear routine. We all have our go-to sweaters and skirts, but breaking the habit before you get repetitive outfit strain could be the quickest way of reinvigorating your Monday mornings. Give that tired top a rest and meet these 13 shirts and blouses that will act like caffeine for your wardrobe and energizing even the most overworked of trousers.

Whether you have a traditional desk-bound job or are freewheeling in a creative field, it’s worth remembering that a chic statement item is the quickest way to signal to your boss that you’re here, you’re focused and your efforts shouldn’t be overlooked. Get shopping…

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1. Topshop, Neckerchief Blouse, £69

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2. Sunad, Sonora Piedra, £120

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3. ASOS, Cotton Top with Pintuck and Embroidery, £36

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4. Mango, Stripe-Patterned Shirt, £29.99

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5. Current Air, Exaggerated Sleeve Shirt, £50, ASOS

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6. Jaeger, Patch Pocket Winter Breton Jersey Top, £60

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7. Joseph, Cotton Candy Stripe New Garcon Shirt, £265

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8. Revolve, Smocked Tie Back Top, £188.02, Revolve

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9. ASOS Premium, Cotton Open Back Top, £36

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10. Topshop, Colourblock Western Shirt, £36

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11. Nanushka, Turtleneck Black Knit, £310.22

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12. Warehouse, Colour Block Western Shirt, £56

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13. All Saints, Sada Shirt, £98

This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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