Commute Cute: Wear This on Your Way to Work

You know the drill: alarm. Coffee. Make-up. Getting dressed.

That last step is usually where the trouble starts. Workwear is tricky enough, but what about the commute? Getting to work is an often-overlooked yet crucial part of our day – one that calls for special wardrobe preparation.

Commuting fashion can be tricky. Whether you’re taking a bike, car, or our yown two feet to get to work, the outfit choice is crucial, as it will take you from the morning business meeting to the date night drinks. So, we rounded up all of our favorite must-haves that strike the perfect balance between fashion and function. Ladies, it’s time to get serious about getting to work.


Vilda commuting collage



1. Dress – ModCloth
A long-sleeve dress is an eternal (and ladylike) wardrobe staple that will quickly solve your daily dressing dilemma.

2.Brogues – Beyond skin

Perfect for a day on the go, these brogues will look equally cute with jeans, a dress, or slim trousers.

3.Bag – Stella McCartney

This tote can literally streamline your morning routine – while making it somewhat more bearable, too.

4. Phone charger – Anthropologie

A phone charger is a must for those random nights on the town.


5. Umbrella – Asos

A humble umbrella can easily become a head-turning fashion accessory.

6. . Earphones – Net-a-porter

High-performing and oh-so-stylish, these gold-tone earphones will help you catch up on your latest podcast.

7. . Coat – Vaute Couture

Top it off with this fabulous, perfect-with-everything coat that is also rain & snow resistant.



header photo by Rennett Stowe

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Kasia Gumowska

A professional fashion writer (and addict), consider Kasia your trusted source of trends and shopping inspiration. Born and raised in Poland, she's a Londoner at heart, always hoping that her next trip to this magical city will jump-start a promising career, or at least a romantic love story… A girl can dream, right? In the meantime, Kasia enjoys an early morning rice milk latte and vegan cakes, which she bakes herself in her tiny but very own flat in Milan, where she lives, works and shops, obviously!

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