1. Dress, $83.90, from Dorothy Perkins
Make a chic statement with a bold oxblood tweed dress, complete with mod-inspired pockets and cap sleeves.
2. Dress, $32.99, from Shopsfashion at Zalora
It may look like a tweed pullover layered over a men’s blouse, but this piece is actually a dress! Play on the masculine details by pairing it with cool brogues and a sturdy handbag.
3. Dress, $87, from Warehouse
Black and white is an unmistakable colour combination. Wear this with a pair of red shoes for that little pop of colour.
4. Dress, $96.90, from Topshop
The leather inserts definitely help to toughen up this schoolgirl-ish pinafore dress. To make it more appropriate for the office, pair with a white shirt underneath and a bold lip colour.
5. Dress, $69.90, from Zara
To avoid looking like you’re attending an ’80s-themed office party, modernise this dress with simple pumps and sleek, minimalist jewellery.
6. Dress, $49.90, from Zara
Layer it over a knit or wear it underneath a blazer, either way, this grey shift dress has plenty of style mileage to offer.
7. Dress, $83, from Rue LaLa
Rather than go full-on tweed, find a piece with some colourblocking details to make it more modern.
8. Dress, $99.90, from Mango
Keep your cool in a sleeveless A-line dress, or just throw it together with a blazer if you want more coverage.
9. Dress, $59.90, from Mango
Tweed can come off as stuffy, no thanks to the limited colours that it usually comes in. Take an unexpected route and inject some joy back into your workwear by picking a bright orange tweed dress instead of the usual blacks and greys.
10. Dress, $59, from Pomelo
For a more fun take on tweed, opt for a skater-style dress instead and enjoy a wider range of movements without feeling constricted!
11. Dress, $44.90, from Zalora
Soft baby pinks make you seem more approachable, and the addition of the skinny black belt helps define your waist further.