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workwear street style with Anne Fontaine

An air of confidence, a long temperate stride. She brushes back a loose wisp of hair and lets her hand fall unassumingly down the tailored lines of her suiting. You catch a glimpse of her slightly parted lips as she glances back at the cityscape behind. 

The master of street style. Editorial worthy ensembles that look somehow effortlessly draped on as if completely unthought perfection could be truly possible. But what if it was?

There are a few brands that create a story behind their pieces, delivering timeless luxury essentials season after season. Brands that collections which are elegant, graceful and seductive, yet simple and understated – allowing the details of the craftsmanship to speak volumes at just a glance.

These are the brands worth investing in. The brands that bring effortless sophistication to our fingertips, allowing us to drip in grace without even trying. The brands we reach for every morning when we want to look and feel our best – for owning the streets in powerful confidence.

Once such brand, Anne Fontaine. Delivering workwear classics and drool-worthy street style ensembles, Anne Fontaine was made for the woman who exudes feminine confidence.

You probably already know their classic white button downs are quintessential to any minimalist’s wardrobe.

The high quality poplin and sophisticated silhouettes make Anne Fontaine’s white shirts a staple that can be styled so many ways.

Yet, their collection goes far beyond their must-have white shirts. Rich victorian lace, delicate brocades, minimalist knitwear and tailored suiting complete the Anne Fontaine collection of workwear and high glamour collections. 

Anne Fontaine pieces are rooted in timeless classics that express passion and romance in the details. The structured suiting and modern silhouettes combined with feminine lace and embellished finishing make them the ultimate go-to work wear collection when you want to exude strong, feminine style.

The looks I’ve selected this season are strongly rooted in heritage prep with a victorian edge. 

This winter white ensemble is all a workwear outfit should be – elegant, timeless, and appropriate for office to evening wear. The wide leg trousers are a favorite piece in my wardrobe, part of an essential white two piece suit that works great as a set or separates. 

I’ve layered a ribbed sweater vest from the new season arrivals over my very first (and frequently worn) Anne Fontaine white blouse.

Going monochrome elongates your body, and gives the whole look a fresh, crisp look that says hey, I’m here to conquer the day.

The second look is more relaxed yet tailored, as workwear should often be.

Oversized suiting plays a big role in fall and winter fashion trends, and I’d be amiss to overlook the styling in a workwear editorial. 

This sweater vest has become a winter staple layering piece. The slouchy shoulders and deep V make it great over white shirts, under blazers, and even over tee’s for an off-duty look.

With a wardrobe of several blazers, it’s not easy for even luxury brands to claim a spot in my wardrobe. This piece has become a new favorite. The oversized frame makes it flattering both with suiting, as well as an outerwear layer over cocktail attire. The subtle print on the trim and lapel give it just enough texture to be interesting, without becoming overpowering. 

Clothing can’t buy you confidence, but the right pieces can make you feel it all the more.

Looking to up your workwear game? Check out my collaboration with Anne Fontaine for their On The Job campaign, highlighting some of the most relevant, key pieces for a professional’s wardrobe. Or, you can browse all my top selects of curated workwear at Anne Fontaine

In accordance with the FTC regulations for Influencers, these items were gifted by Anne Fontaine. All thoughts, comments and musings are made of my own opinion and honest, personal experience with the products reviewed or mentioned. I hope you’ve found this post informational and inspiring!

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