On duty: Clean, crisp, classic for working men and women at home or in the office

Lucky for those who are allowed to work from home, dressing up for the office is no longer a requisite—unless there’s a virtual meeting scheduled, in that case, it’s “business up top, cozy on the bottom.”

READY FOR WORK. Clean lines and neutral colors stand out in the modern architecture-inspired collection of Oleg Cassini. (On him: Navy blazer jacket, dress shirt, casual trousers; On her: Bernadette single button blazer in gray, Matilda white sleeveless blouse, Hyacinth navy blue tapered pants, and Sandra beige tote bag)
But according to experts such as Dr. Vicki Belo, dressing up for work, even if your office is your bedroom or an area in the living room, goes beyond looking presentable for video chats with colleagues. It helps provide a distinction between work life and home life. 

For those working in the office, of course, looking polished is a must. 

Oleg Cassini C’s latest collection for men and women makes office dressing a little easier with clean lines, classic cuts, and sleek silhouettes in crisp neutral colors—ideal for easy mixing and matching, because let’s admit it, there’s so much going on right now, dressing up should not be as stressful. 

From left: Carmen white long sleeves and Joan black pencil skirt; blue microfiber pullover jacket, blue long sleeve dress shirt, casual trousers in khaki; Crispina black organza blouse and Lucia black and white long skirt
Timeless colors like black and white are primary standouts in the collection, combined with mixes of earth and navy tones. 

As it drew inspiration from modern architecture, there is a focus on volume and lean shapes, while the prints show an integration of geometric patterns, linear forms, and solid blocks commonly found on buildings in and around the city. 

Oleg Cassini is exclusively available at Rustan’s nationwide.

Topics: Fashion , Oleg Cassini , Rustan's , workers
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