5 Celeb Looks to Inspire Your Office Party Outfit

Even the most confident, style-assured women hit the panic button when it comes to finding an outfit for the office party. The dress code calls for a more laid-back look that reveals a pinch of personality whilst keeping every thread 100% professional. Walking the line and pushing the fashion parameter is a high calling. In short, keep necklines high, approach thigh-split skirts with caution and make sharp, tailored pieces your go-to wardrobe staples.

To demystify the office party fashion rules, we've taken outfit inspiration from five considered and effortlessly cool celebrity looks that we'll be copying and pasting into our seasonal party wardrobe, stat.

Scroll down to see how Olivia, Alexa and co. get that at–work–but–not–at–work look bang-on—and if you're feeling inspired, shop their outfits!


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On Palermo: Bauble Bar Occult Necklace (£47); Tibi Off-the-Shoulder Dress (£323); Anson Wool Trousers (£350).


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On Ronan: Gucci Silk & Wool Dress (£1510).


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On Chung: Preen by Thornton Bregazzi S/S 16 dress.


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On Kruger: Monique Lhuillier dress; L.K.Bennett Mini Start Crystal Clutch (£275); Nicholas Kirkwood shoes.


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On Moss: Burberry Medium Alchester Bag (£1050).


Which party look is your favourite? Start the big style debate below!