How to Dress in a Creative Work Environment (See Jane Wear)

The best thing about a casual dress code is that anything goes.  Working in retail means that creativity is encouraged.  Personally, I like to change it up and although jeans are often my default (especially this time of year when the weather can’t make up its mind), I try to make every outfit different, even if it’s a subtle change.  And even though my dress code is lax, I try to look polished and professional–even if my jeans are distressed.  It’s my career and I want to make sure I’m putting my best look forward.

Look 1: J Brand jeans (on sale! + shop more J Brand here), Chloé heels, old Zara top (similar)

Look 2: American Eagle jeans (shop more distressed denim here), Zara sweater (sold out but similar), Vince shoes (similar + shop more oxfords here)

Look 3: IRO jacket (look for less here + shop more IRO here), Topshop tank, old Vince skirt (similar here and look for less here), Steve Madden heels (shop more Steven here)


  1. Love this post, Anna! I work in a super laid back (although still corporate) environment. My design team pretty much wears whatever they want, but as a Merchandiser, I need to dress up a *tiny* bit more, since I work with other departments. I always love looking at your outfits for inspiration!

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