15 Go-To Hairstyles You Can Wear To Work
It’s our personal mission to look as put-together as possible at all times, but when it comes to office life, it can be hard to reconcile our favorite happy hour hairstyles with the 9 to 5—the messy, undone braids we love after hours and on the weekend just won’t suffice, and cute hairstyles for work are hard to come by.
There’s also the fact that our mornings tend to be hectic (and whose aren’t?), so it’s beyond easy to fall into a rut of a sleek ponytail or a three-day-old blowout. For this coming week (and all the weeks after!), we dare you to give at least one new office-ready look a chance… and fortunately, we’ve got plenty of inspiration, so have at it.
Loose French Twist The soft, side-swept bangs here perfectly frame Jennifer Garner‘s face and make this look totally appropriate for daytime rather than too formal.
Deep Side Part A side-swept look like Reese Witherspoon‘s helps change up the look of loose waves into something a little more wearable.
Sleek and Side-Parted Style hair straight like Nicole Richie‘s for an even more polished look
Beachy Waves Scarlett Johansson‘s cool, beachy waves have just the right texture to add femininity and a bit of edge to a suit.
Loose and Wavy Elizabeth Olsen‘s glossy waves are casual enough to pair with an office-appropriate daytime dress
Side Braid with Bobby Pins A simple side braid like Emmy Rossum’s is easy to manage in the morning, even if you’re in a rush, and holds up throughout the day.
High Ponytail Thandie Newton‘s pony keeps her long hair off her face. Tease your hair at the crown to make the look more flattering.
Braided Updo To create Amber Heard‘s hairstyle, braid long hair and pin the plait at the crown of the head, twisting the ends into a bun.
Teased on Top Olivia Wilde‘s style has major retro appeal.
Sleek Low Ponytail You won’t be mistaken for a cheerleader with a grown-up ponytail like Mila Kunis‘, which sits at the nape of the neck rather than the crown of the head.
Credits: Daily Makeover