Spring Suit Roundup

Spring 2021 Power Suits Wear to Work Rodarte
Carolina Herrera Spring 2021 
Suits for this spring and summer are anything but stuffy. As companies start inviting employees back into the office in greater numbers, it’ll be time for a wardrobe shift. Yoga pants aren’t going to cut it when it’s time to return to the office. 

Suits for the 2021 spring season showcased a variety of trends and styles. So one exciting thing about no longer working from home? The opportunity to try all different suits, ranging from sporty to flirty, buttoned-up to whimsical. 

Saint Laurent
Spring 2021 Power Suit Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent Spring 2021
Saint Laurent’s suits evoked a 1960s mod motif with clean lines and simplicity. They also embraced a common trend seen this season on the runway--shorts! Shorts seem like a great idea on hot summer days, but may not be realistic for most workplace dress codes. So you better check with work first before donning bike shorts to the next board meeting. 

Badgley Mischka 
Spring 2021 Power Suit Badgley Mischka
Badgley Mischka Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Badgley Mischka
Badgley Mischka Spring 2021
Badgley Mischka’s suits embraced an element of leisure. The smoking jackets with a waistband tie are reminiscent of leisure suits originally seen in the 1970s. Paired with loose and flowing pieces, the suits seem like a logical result of a year of working from home. As women transition from the home office to the corporate office, comfort is going to be key while still communicating sophistication and power.
 
Michael Kors & Jason Wu
Spring 2021 Power Suit Michael Kors
Michael Kors Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Jason Wu
Jason Wu Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Jason Wu
Jason Wu Spring 2021
More shorts were seen on the runways at Michael Kors and Jason Wu. Both designers offered a classic and clean aesthetic. Blazers were often boxy while pants were straight and loose. The options in these collections are versatile with a casual flair that can help you wear the suits beyond the boardroom. 

Chanel
Spring 2021 Power Suit Chanel
Chanel Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Chanel
Chanel Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Chanel
Chanel Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Chanel
Chanel Spring 2021
The Chanel collection also offered the shorts trend. But rather than make all of its suits casual, Chanel designs included the brand’s classic tweed and pearls aesthetic with modern updates. Other options included 1990s era midriffs, sweaters that were a blend of a blazer and a wrap, crisp white button up shirts and monochromatic looks. 

Rodarte
Spring 2021 Power Suit Wear to Work Rodarte
Rodarte Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Wear to Work Rodarte
Rodarte Spring 2021
Spring 2021 Power Suit Wear to Work Rodarte
Rodarte Spring 2021
As always, Rodarte offered a collection full of whimsy and romance. Who says your office attire can be sweet while still bringing a powerful punch? Button-up belted dresses, known as shirtwaists, channelled the 1940s era. There is a simplicity to being able to throw on a dress for a complete look without any hassle. Other designs included high waisted trousers with coordinating blouses and pencil skirt suits. With patterns of flowers and gingham, the classic silhouettes offer a splash of whimsy and beauty. 
Spring 2021 Power Suit Wear to Work Rodarte
Rodarte Spring 2021
No matter what your work location is this spring and summer, it’s hard to go wrong with a suit. Whether your style is classic or whimsical, there’s a suit for you. 
As always, Rodarte offered a collection full of whimsy and romance. Who says your office attire can be sweet while still bringing a powerful punch? Button-up belted dresses, known as shirtwaists, channelled the 1940s era. There is a simplicity to being able to throw on a dress for a complete look without any hassle. Other designs included high waisted trousers with coordinating blouses and pencil skirt suits. With patterns of flowers and gingham, the classic silhouettes offer a splash of whimsy and beauty.
Rodarte Spring 2021

Runway Photo Source: Vogue.com