Looking for clothes that are comfy to wear but are still office-worthy? Now is a good time to upgrade your wardrobe with the latest summer picks that won’t get you all sweaty even if you’re in a crowded MRT station.

ForMe has recently released its newest collection, and they’re all about basic colors with interesting and presko cuts. Here are a few choice pieces that you won’t be shy about wearing to your next Man Comm meeting:

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Off-shoulder button-down top


Who says you can’t look corporate with an off-shoulder top? Flaunt your tan lines with this piece that can take you from corporate to coffee date.

Airy overlap blouse


A white blouse is a good way to immediately look fresh and professional. If the neckline is too low for you, wear a thin tank top or carefully sew in a strip of lace to cover your cleavage. This can make things look conservative but still interesting.

Printed kimono


Kimonos are the perfect highlight to an otherwise plain blouse-and-pants ensemble. Make sure to get pieces that feature an interesting pattern (like this one) for your casual Fridays!

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Paperbag waist midi skirt


A basic midi skirt is a must-have closet investment as it can go with anything—sans the tight, icky feeling of slacks that aren’t stretchable.

Stiped easy dress


Vertical stripes can give the illusion of height. Pair it with chunky heels during weekdays and sneakers during weekends. 

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