edit plus-square save trash minus-square log-out upload-cloud file-text refresh-cw Title Text Hero Image Product Product Collection

Cool Commute: The Best Men’s Officewear for Spring

alt text

Image: Topshop

Discover your day to day office groove for the season ahead with smart and stylish clothing that'll keep looking sharp and totally sweat free

A spring cleanout and refresh does not just go for your home, any modern man should apply the same rules of seasonal switch-up to their wardrobe. Namely, the clothes in their wardrobe they’ll be wearing the most: what you wear to work.

Dressing well for work is important for a number of reasons, aside from making a good impression on your colleagues, etc., looking good will make you feel energised and enthusiastic, and that positive mentality will reflect on your work. So whether you’re in desperate need of a boost in attire and attitude, or you’re well aware of fashion’s fruitful effect and are just looking for a spring revival in your style, we’ve put together you’re perfect spring office attire, all available from Trinity Leeds retailers.  

Smart

For an office that requires a formal look, you’re going to need to stock up on the suits. As monotonous as some people can make this attire for their day-to-day, you don’t have to fall victim to the dull. Go bolder with your shirts, incorporate patterns and bright colours, but don’t be afraid to apply to same logic to your trousers and outerwear. Opting for a check blazer or trousers with a neutral tone is unique enough to show your personal style without sacrificing professionalism.

Smart-Casual

Dressing in-between the two categories can sometimes be more difficult than just choosing either-or, but the key here is: polos. Polos and a pair of chinos are your spring-time, smart-casual go-to that will dress up your office attire, but won’t look over-done in the pub. At the same time, a short-sleeve shirt and printed trousers or smart jeans will have a similar, smart-casual effect, plus it will still stray a little from the norm.

Casual

If you get to work in a place that doesn’t require you to dress up a little- you’re lucky. But don’t let that lower your expectations for your appearance. T-shirt and jean attire is no-doubt a luxury, so make sure you wear a pair that fits appropriately and a top that’s fun and respectable.