The calendar says it’s Bike to Work Day! And that makes sense – the weather is absolutely perfect for bike rides! But if you’re still inclined to think work attire and cycling don’t go together, think again! Think 10 more times, if you must, because I’ve rounded up 10 such outfits you could try:
If comfort is your middle name, do like Calivintage does: a subtle print button down, jeans in that-perfect-fit, and a crossbody bag. Go with mules or full shoes, depending on your office etiquette.
It doesn’t get any easier: crisp white button down + pleated navy skirt. This outfit from You’re Welcome Savannah is as light and practical as it is pretty.
This gorgeous Danish girl was captured by Copenhagen Cycle Chic in a perfect all black ensemble, bike included. The biker boots are comfortable, the tights are warm and they cover you up, while the messy bike hair is everything.
I wore this outfit three years ago at Skirt Bike Cluj. The good thing about it is that the layers are flexible – you can take off the cardigan, you can unbutton the shirt, but you can also add a scarf or jacket, depending on the weather.
This Milan local, snapped by The Sartorialist, knows how to dress comfortably and look beautiful all at once. A beige dress, a pair of black ballet flats, and enough baskets to carry all your office essentials.
The London Tweed Run is at least as chic as London Fashion Week! So many good tweed outfits! Shini of Park & Cube went with a classic blazer + midi skit combo, but she added a feminine touch with the floral shirt.
This Zagreb cyclist found the recipe for the perfect summer outfit: a floral skirt (which looks stretchy, so one can pedal in it), a fitted t-shirt, sandals, and sunglasses. You can add a blazer and fancier shoes when you get to work.
I know it’s normally called “smart-casual”, but I changed it a bit. I think this outfit is casual while still being work-appropriate. But what do I know, I’m probably in my pajamas during our business phone call. Photo found on Citizen Couture.
A classic trench coat and a matching bag, a classic bike and black high heels, this Hungarian girl means business. And she doesn’t let her commute compromise that.
I just love the buckled shoes on Eleonore Bridge, especially in the surprising color combination with purple and navy. She could be wearing a skirt or shorts underneath – either way, it works!