Do you always feel like stepping into a freezer every time you walk into your office? We know that you probably have a hoodie or a jacket draped on the backrest of your chair, but there are several, more interesting things you can add to your wardrobe that can do the job. Here are some warm essentials to start off with:

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Blazers

Every working woman needs to invest in blazers. Whether you dress them down with jeans or pair them with complementing trousers, they're a chic must-have to let everyone know you mean business.

Turtlenecks

Turtlenecks are pretty functional especially if you're sporting short hair. It's more interesting than your tired button-down and definitely warmer a than T-shirt.

You can even try a turtleneck underneath a full suit for your boardroom meetings. 

Statement jackets

You can start off with a basic top and bottom, but pick an eye-catching statement jacket to pull everything together. The result? An immediate OOTD upgrade.

Sweaters 

Nothing screams comfy and cozy than an oversized knit sweater, but a light sweater will do, too! Wear it over a scallop-collared shirt and a printed skirt for extra pizzazz.

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Scarves

Complete your look by tying a cute scarf around your neck. Never underestimate the extra warmth this little piece of accessory gives!

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