Cardigan, scarves, ballet flats, black.
In fact, for years my work wardrobe consisted mainly of either a black pencil skirts or black pants, which I would pair with either a black top and coloured cardigan or a coloured top and black cardigan. The 'coloured' items were invariably a mix of beige, black, white with occasional pops of blue or pink. I had high heeled pumps in black and beige and almost exact copy ballet flats in black and beige for traveling to/from work or if I had to drive the company car (or just if it had been a busy day and my feet were sore). I only needed one coat, one bag and a few jewelry pieces to complete my 'capsule wardrobe' as everything matched. Plus a pair of jeans for 'casual Friday'.
Now that I work from home (that's my home office in the pic above) my wardrobe is a little different. I can wear track suit pants, licensed-character tshirts, hoodies, shorts, whatever I want. I still need to change out of my PJs because I have to do school drop-off but I can change into outfits that, although presentable, are as comfy as my PJs. And on really cold days, I get dressed and then pop my fluffy dressing gown back on over the top- it is warmer and more comfortable than ANY coat or windcheater.
Despite that, I find myself still dressing for 'work'. If an outfit is good enough for work then it is good enough for school drop off, grocery shopping, dropping paperwork off to clients and collecting cheques. It also helps me feel the part and hopefully project that professional air when I'm on the phone (or email or fax) to clients and customers. Lastly, dressing for 'work' helps me focus on work when it's work time and gives me a sense of having a break from work when it's not work time (technically I work seven days a week but some of those days simply mean having my phone with me so I can answer any client calls that pop up whereas some days are extremely busy, work-focused days from start to finish).
I used to share some of my OOTD back when I worked in the city and I thought it would be fun to do it again. They won't be cutting edge fashion and may be a little repetitive but I think it's interesting to look back and see what I wore and how my outfits change according to what is happening for work that day.
Outfit Of The Day posts will have their title prefaced with OOTD and will also be tagged/labelled with OOTD.