If you're a die-hard denim girl, you probably spend your life in jeans. And if you're lucky enough, your office dress code is so casual that it's perfectly ok. But, as the months go by and the outfit-repeating ensues, your jeans and a top routine may get a little monotonous. So here are some fresh ideas to help you flex your fashion chops and bust out of the uniform rut.The Dressed-Down Suit
Make it cool and not as stuffy by mixing it flats, a simple tee, and statement earrings.
Zara Basic Blazer, $50; zara.com
Zara Chino Trousers, $30; zara.com
L.L. Bean Saturday T-Shirt, $20; llbean.com
Justine Clenquet Alice Earrings, $90;
Dolce Vita Tia Flats, $130; dolcevita.comA Ribbed Top and White Sailor Pants
A pair of sailor pants is a great alternative to wide leg jeans, which you're no doubt seeing everywhere right now. They have a similarly relaxed silhouette, but manage to look a bit more polished. Add a ribbed top and lady like jacket for extra polish.
And Other Stories Ribber Top, $39; stories.com
Zara Suede Effect Jacket, $100; zara.com
Jesse Kamm Sailor Pant, $395; needsupply.com
Mansur Gavriel Suede Mules, $475; net-a-porter.comThe Skirt and Hoodie Combo
I love the tomboy spirt of jeans, but sometimes it can be fun to mix in more feminine pieces, too. A ruffle skirt feels less girly-girl when it's paired with a hoodie and sneakers.
Stussy Paid Rat Hoodie Sweatshirt, $69; urbanoutfitters.com
And Other Stories Delicate Gemstone Earrings, $19; stories.com
Maje Jalao Printed Ruffle Skirt, $220; maje.com
Nike Air Force 1 Low, $90; nike.com
Chic leather trousers can be a great wardrobe staple. This soft peach pair is pretty and a bit unexpected for spring, but when mixed with nudes and browns they help create a chic tone-on-tone look.
Aritzia Wilfred Mercure Sweater, $95; aritzia.com
Topshop Unique Draycott Leather Jean, $700; topshop.com
Simon Miller Bonsai Bag, $390; simonmillerusa.com
Sol Sana Mario Leather Heel, $158; nastygal.com