FYI: Here’s What A Stylist Says You Should Wear When You Head Back To The Office

For the return to office, author Brenda Cooper insists it's not necessary to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe -- it's just about finding your Style ID, and adding to it. Getty Images/iStockphoto


As companies across the country launch their Return to Work efforts to transition from remote work back to the office, many people are feeling overwhelmed. Never mind tackling the daily commute — after two years of sweatpants, how are they supposed to get dressed? Is business casual still the way to go, or are there new rules?

“You can wear comfortable stylish clothes and feel good about yourself,” says Brenda Cooper, author of the new book “The Silhouette Solution: Using What You Have to Get the Look That You Want” (Clarkson Potter.)


“Style isn’t about Neiman Marcus. It’s about knowing what the right pieces are, coordinating them into simple silhouettes that flatter your body, and then add an overpiece. So you can find your style ID. Dressing is not a complicated task. You can look and feel good when you go out the door.”

Author Brenda Cooper says you don’t need to buy a whole new wardrobe when you return to the office — just focus on a few pieces that fit well.

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