• Spring 2014 Style Inspiration: How To Incorporate Spring Trends Into Your Work Wardrobe

    Although the weather is predicted to be a bit gloomy this week in the City of Angels, today’s What To Wear suggestions are sure to brighten things up.

    Kennedy writes, “I accepted a position at a top bank in Compliance. I am looking for affordable trendy and chic wear for work”.

    While most believe stuffy suits and neutral tones are the only pieces that work well in an office setting, working in spring inspired hues can amp up any inspiring exec’s day to day workplace wardrobe.

    So first up, one of my favorite color palettes this season is the blush pink hue. To give your work wardrobe a chic makeover get into a monochromatic feel to create a head to toe blush ensemble.

    How to Incorporate Spring Trends into Your Work Wardrobe Alexander McQueen Belted Crepe Pencil Dress By Malene Burger Fiurica Oversized Satin-Trimmed Pique Coat Jimmy Choo Agnes Blush Patent Pump

    Mix in different textures and shimmery baubles for a polished and refined look.

    Black and white prints are still going strong for the Spring 2014 season. To spruce up your black tailored blazer and trouser set opt for an artsy marble print frock or a striped or geometric print number.

    How to Incorporate Spring Trends Into Your Work Wardrobe Robert Rodriguez Carrara Print Silk Dress Diane von Furstenburg Geometric Print Skirt Gianvito Rossi Banded Suede Pointed Toe Mule Gianvito Rossi Mesh Mary Jane Pump

    Give your monochromatic look the proper update  with a mesh panel pump or a suede pointed-toe mule.

    And for your final wardrobe option, have fun in a few pastel shades for the ultimate spring inspired lineup.

    How to Incorporate Spring Trends Into Your Work Wardrobe Manolo Blahnik BB Floral Print Fabric Pump Balenciaga Le Dix Cartable Leather Tote Karen Millen Colorful Cotton Shift Dress

    Keep the silhouettes conservative but punch things up with soft floral patterns and exuberant tones.

    And that’ll do it. For more ways on how to style this season’s hottest trends, tap into the FBD’s Ten Top Spring 2014 Trends post.

    Danielle Nicole

    Danielle Nicole is an LA native, a self professed shopaholic, and Fashion Bomb Daily's resident stylist.