Back to Office: 10+ Pieces To Shop if You Just Don’t Know What To Wear Anymore

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As much as I hate to admit it, I learned a lot from the year that shall not be named (2020, for those unclear). I dabbled with reading for the first time in years. I baked my own bread. And I became familiar with Zoom. But on the flip side, I also unlearned a lot of things: how to socialize in public, how to do my makeup, and how to put together a cohesive outfit for the office.

When it comes to office outfit formulas, a marriage between chic and appropriate can be a bit of a challenge—especially in a world where crop tops, tanks, and ripped jeans reign supreme. We started going back to our office more consistently a few months ago and let me tell you: Getting dressed for work in the morning was a struggle. So in an effort to add some pieces to my rotation, I flew to Nordstrom’s website to create a list of pieces that my post-pandemic wardrobe was missing.

Nordstrom is a one-stop shop for cute office wear. It’s a store we turn to again and again to check our fashion needs off our list. With hundreds of our favorite brands, free shipping, and free returns, refining your wardrobe is easier than ever. Looking to amp up your office wear game? We’ve got you. With a few of these staple office pieces that will make building an office capsule easy, you’ll be sure to earn the title of “Coolest Gal in the Office”:


Tops and Dresses



Street Level

Reversible Faux Leather Tote

3 colors available

Dagne Dover

Laptop Backpack

3 colors available

Sam Edelman

Lug Sole Loafer

4 colors available

Lisa Vicky

Leather Loafer

7 colors available

Vince Camuto

Slingback Pointed Toe Pump

3 colors available


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This post contains a sponsored inclusion of Nordstrom, but all of the opinions within are those of The Everygirl editorial board.