6 workwear trends taking the Denver fashion scene by storm this fall


As summer draws to a close, our bodies and minds are feeling the heat more than ever, making us dream of cooler temperatures to come this fall. Whether you dress for a a corporate job or a college course, there are important trends to look out for as a store for your new fall work wardrobe.

Charger 303 has compiled a list of fall workwear trends and the local Denver shops where you can find them.

Summer temperatures prevented us from enjoying the mesh without overheating. As fall approaches, get ready to wear the trendy sweater cardigan. The beauty of the sweater vest is that it allows a good compromise between summer and winter clothing. This is the perfect knit piece to illustrate the fall transition, but not too covered up like you would for the colder temperatures that winter brings. This trend also allows for the ability to layer or be worn alone.

Strut Denver – Yuli Sweater Vest ($178)

Denver Darling Boutique – Maxi Sweater ($142)

Stitch Boutique – Jalisco Tank Top ($58)

This trend is one we’ve seen before, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. The oversized blazer was the revolutionary discovery of a more relaxed fit for office and work wear. Thanks to its popularity, there are now a wide variety of styles and colors to choose from, ranging from bright pink to neutral leather. Pair the oversized blazer with tailored trousers or continue the relaxed fit with pants or palazzo pants.

Meraki Moon Boutique – Garance Woven Coat ($129)

Lady Jones Tailored Single Breasted Blazer ($248)

Stitch Boutique – Piped Jacket ($68)

Haven – Owen Linen Blazer by Cami NYC ($340)

For a gender-neutral option, this fall trend elevates typical workwear with a little of spice. Not only are the buttonholes comfortable, but they also provide a canvas for a plethora of amazing patterns and designs. Pair your favorite button-up shirt with leather pants for a sleek yet chic look that can be worn in the office. Or, try taking a few and buttoning them up with a belt to make an adorable dress.

Make a Mill – MAM Silk Bowling Shirt ($228)

Blush – Rotuma Shirt | French Stripe Koa ($176)

Haven – Daria Blouse by Catherine Gee ($307)

Patterns and Pops – Contrast Button Down ($79)

The silk midi skirt is a trend that can be worn from summer to fall, and maybe even winter too (time will tell). This trend suits everyone with its elegance. This skirt trend comes from its versatility. Pair it with a Jeffrey Campbell heel for a wedding event, or just the classic white platform sneaker for a more casual look.

Strut Denver Textured Polka Dots Pullover Skirt by VINCE ($345)

Haven – Paperboy Skirt by Brazeau Tricot ($189)

Meraki Moon Boutique – Edelyne Skirt ($128)

There’s nothing better than lacing up your favorite pair of platform sneakers and feeling a little taller and dominating your day. The success of the platform sneaker introduced the platform style into new types of footwear. This fall, we can find outdated shoe styles brought back to center stage with the addition of a platform. Step into the office feeling like the sky is the limit with a platform shoe.

Lady Jones – Pioneer Moccasin ($170)

Haven – Dolce Vita Elora Heels ($150)

Strut Denver – Wal & Pai Maida Wedge Slide ($298)

Pinks Denver – White Platform Clogs

The golden tones fit perfectly into the energy of autumn. Why not complete your look with an elegant piece of vintage jewelry to put on your neck?

Bloom Denver – Vintage Bloom & Bud Bracelet ($4,500)

Lariat – Vintage Zarav Chunky Chain ($60)

Thanks to these trends, the excitement can carry on from summer to fall with a cute new blazer and platform loafers. Why not try combining these fall work dress trends? There are endless possibilities here with the overall goal of making you feel work-ready but also fashionable.

Images courtesy of Strut Denver, Lady Jones, Lariat, Bloom Denver, Blush Denver, Denver Darling, Maraki Moon Boutique, Haven and Stitch Boutique.


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