Weekdays Made Easy: Our Fall 2022 Workwear Capsule Wardrobe

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If you’ve been following us for a while now, you already know how keen we are on the idea of a capsule wardrobe. The concept is quite simple. It’s a closet full of pieces that can be mixed and matched for infinite combinations. In other words, it’s the permanent fix to your “I have nothing to wear” conundrum.

For many of us, this fall has us returning to our offices. Leaving the house to work again has reminded us that in the past two years, we’ve forgotten exactly how one gets dressed for the office. Trousers? Blouses? They’ve all taken a few-year hiatus. But, getting back into the workwear groove is a challenge we welcome with open arms.

Like the rest of our wardrobe, workwear is also best in the fall. There’s no need to wear itchy tops and non-stretch bottoms that’ll have you feeling miserable all day (it’s 2022—workwear has evolved from that!). Our fall workwear capsule wardrobe proves that your fall work wardrobe can be cute, comfy, and autumn-chic.


For a twist on the classic trouser, choose a pair that’s cropped and flared. It will add a retro touch that’s absent from a more relaxed pair. To finish the look, opt for these classic loafers in a shade of brown that’s begging to be worn all fall long from FRANKiE4. Use code EVERYGIRL40 to save $40 today! 

fitted turtleneckfitted turtleneck (plus-size) | flared trousersflared trousers (plus-size) | black toteloafers


We always love a classic white button-up, but this one’s contrast trim gives it a plazacore oomph that makes it a bit more exciting. Roll with the chicness of the blouse by adding a pair of pearl hoops and classic loafers for an easy office uniform.

white button-upwhite button-up (plus-size) | pearl hoopsblack trousersblack trousers (plus-size) | loafers (under $100!)


Having a dress or two in your workwear arsenal is essential, and this one fits the bill perfectly. The built-in blouse and tweed texture look professional but not stuffy. If your office is more formal, just add tights! 

tweed dresstweed dress (plus-size) | pearl hoops | loafers (under $100!) | black tote


During a season when temperatures shift from morning to afternoon, it’s nice to have an outfit with options. Tweed and autumn workwear go together like peanut butter and jelly. This elevated tweed jacket is sure to zhuzh up any outfit. We added a basic, fitted tank—a closet essential for layering—and some classic black trousers. 

tweed jackettweed jacket (plus-size) | mock-neck tankmock-neck tank (plus-size) black trousersblack trousers (plus-size) | chain necklaceloafers (under $100!)


If you choose your knitwear right, it can absolutely be office-appropriate, and this chore sweater is here to prove it! Wear it buttoned up as a shirt or layered over another top on chilly days. Either way, it’ll become your favorite office piece for brisk weather.

collared sweatercardigan (plus-size) | plaid trousersplaid trousers (plus-size) | chain necklaceblack boots




mock-neck tankmock-neck tank (plus-size)
white button-upwhite button-up (plus-size)
fitted turtleneckfitted turtleneck (plus-size)
crewneck sweatercrewneck sweater (plus-size)
collared sweatercardigan (plus-size)
ruffle blouseruffle blouse (plus-size)
tweed dresstweed dress (plus-size)
faux-leather pencil skirtpencil skirt (plus-size)
sweater dresssweater dress (plus-size)
flared trousersflared trousers (plus-size)
black trousersblack trousers (plus-size)
plaid trousersplaid trousers (plus-size)
camel blazercamel blazer (plus-size)
tweed jackettweed jacket (plus-size)
leather coatleather blazer (plus-size)
black loafers (under $100!)
brown loafers (save $40 with code EVERYGIRL40!)
black boots
blue-light glasses
black tote
chain necklace
black belt
pearl hoops


Shop Early: The Everygirl’s Fall 2022 Capsule Wardrobe


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