Corporate Fashion Bloggers to Follow this Year!


It sure is hard to look for creative outfit inspiration when you already have a lot on your plate! Lucky for us, we have corporate fashion bloggers—stylish, suave and super-talented women who help us achieve our fashion goals! 

What’s worse than Monday morning blues? Finding something to wear to work on a Monday morning! If you’re someone who keeps staring at your closet with no clue about what to wear to office or style your outfit, there’s good news! 

Our favourite fashion bloggers who have aced the 9 to 5 look can help you find the best outfit for the office. These corporate attire experts put together looks that are trendy, effortless and most importantly easy to recreate without breaking the bank. Hop on board to get your dose of office outfit inspiration—you can thank us later!


Krystal Bick - This Time Tomorrow

corporate fashion bloggers

If you work in a startup or your office leans more towards Business Casuals, Krystal’s creative office attire images are sure to leave you spellbound! Her love for travel, her quiet musings on life, coupled with her sartorial fashion sense makes her blog all things amazing! She doesn’t shy away from vintage fashion, but at the same time knows how to ace the current fashion bold suit trends

Check out her page!

Twitter- @KrystalBick


Juhi Godambe - @juhigodambe

corporate fashion bloggers

All of 27, Juhi Godambe, has her own fashion blog for young, fashion-forward women. If you’re looking to try the prints-on-prints look or wear your midi dresses in style, let Juhi inspire you with her fashion hacks. She can combine a blazer with tie-dye pants effortlessly and manage to look chic! Take a cue from her funky fashion sense for some out-of-the-box fashion inspo. 


Tanesha Awasthi - Girl with Curves

corporate fashion bloggers

Another amazing addition to the fashion blogosphere is Tanesha Awasthi, whose blog, GirlWithCurves is an award-winning site for plus size women. Tanisha makes sure to incorporate fashion that breaks rules with hashtags like #StyleHasNoSize and shows women of all shapes and size how to dress work-appropriate. If you’re still looking for the little black dress of your dreams, let her show you how to pick AND style one! Her tips on acing plus size women’s formal wear work like a charm and as a bonus, she also provides maternity and seasonal fashion outfit ideas. 


Anh - 9to5Chic

corporate fashion bloggers

If you’re all about the sophisticated, classy pieces then you should probably check out Anh, San Diego mum to a little girl and two pups. Her style is more attuned to a corporate setting so it may typically be a little more on the expensive side, but still worth it. Even though her blog says 9 to 5, Anh often doles out looks you can try when you’re off the clock. Also, Anh regularly shares beauty tips and tricks that'll help you nail your make-up like a pro. 



Masoom Minawala - @masoomminawala

corporate fashion bloggers

If your style is a melange of traditional and modern elements then Masoom Minawala’s golden pantsuit is sure to set your creative fashion wheels in motion. Moreover, Masoom’s outfit hacks for your wardrobe can help you seamlessly create a capsule workwear wardrobe. She shows you how to ace the monochrome look with all-white or all-black outfits—choose your soul colour and try it!

She also provides tips to transform your outfits from desk to dinner or the airport! 



Sydney & Maya - Corporate in Color

corporate fashion bloggers

Sydney and Maya, two Chicago girls’ blog, Corporateincolor, is all about knowing how to elevate your workwear style, career tips and growing in your natural hair journey. They offer advice on how to style a single piece in multiple ways, like wearing a satin blouse or styling a white blazer.

We could all use some style tips for workwear fashion and that’s why we’ve curated this list for you. It’s not always possible to show up to work in designer labels but we can take cues from these stylish bloggers to make our outfits more exciting while still being work-appropriate. Right?

Who are your style icons? We’d love to hear all about them and why they inspire you!