Your after-hours slipdress can sneak into your 9-to-5 wardrobe with the addition of a duster coat in the same color
you can also follow these hacks
Swap your crisp, white blouse with a short-sleeve button-up version when the weather gets hot.
You can wear a mid-length printed dress with a denim jacket in the morning, then swap it for a tailored blazer in the office.
A long-line belted top adds structure to a midi or high-low skirt.
You can stick to the same dress silhouettes you wear year-round—shirtdresses, wrapdresses, and so on—but really amp up the color palette in the summer.
Consider the two-piece suit a boardroom alternative to your favorite jeans by styling it with a graphic T-shirt and sneakers.
Brighten up the fluorescent-lit office with a bold striped skirt this summer.
The pencil skirt gets a much-appreciated update when you bring mixed-prints into the equation.
Boxy silhouettes allow for a little more breeziness (and keep clothes from sticking to your body when it gets really hot).
Start with sneakers, change into loafers, then throw on some heels, depending on your mood or final destination.