5 Casual Work Outfits to Wear to the Office this Summer

5 Casual Work Outfits to Wear to the Office this Summer

When I think casual work outfits, I think flats, and since it’s summer I think sandals! This group of outfits is a combination of t-shirts and dresses that hopefully work appropriate enough for the office and casual and comfy enough to enjoy the summer season.

* Links have been updated to reflect the current season of the brand listed. If the item is not available it has been replaced. If the brand doesn’t have anything similar I’ve altered the brand.


Ipsilon Paris Tee

Made with GOTS certified organic cotton and a positive message.

Nisolo Sandals 

Made by hand in the Nisolo factory in Peru.

Proof Eyewear

Made with a sustainable wood inlay.

Khokho bag

Constructed from naturally dyed grass reeds, which takes between five to eight days to weave by hand, and is updated with refined dark-brown Italian leather and a recurring ethically sourced horn tip.

Staud Pants

Produced in L.A. in small batches.

Thread Harvest Necklace

Each key has been hand engraved by an individual transitioning out of homelessness, meaningfully employed by The Giving Keys.


Michael Stars Top 

Made with pima cotton that is sourced in the U.S. and is more sustainable than regular cotton.

Bav Tailor Pants 

BAV TAILOR uses the finest certified natural fabrics that represent true hallmarks of Italian craftsmanship and eco-sustainability. Created for women, respecting their body and environment. The brand is a member of the Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF), an industry body dedicated to a fair and sustainable future for fashion.

Stella McCartney Bag

Handmade of recycled canvas. These bags are produced in collaboration with the International Trade Centre’s Ethical Fashion Initiative. The program goes beyond charity and aims to generate economic independence for participating artisans. By providing work and training, sustainable livelihoods are being created with some of the most disadvantaged communities in Africa, with over 160 people already having been impacted.

JSTAR Earrings

Handmade in Jessica’s studio in Colorado.

Carla Colour Sunglasses

Made with acetate that comes from wood pulp.


Nico Nico Dress now linking to an Amadi Dress that has the same vibe

Designed and crafted in Los Angeles, Nico Nico uses sustainably sources materials like sustainably sourced cotton. Amadi is also designed and produced in L.A.

Sophie Monet Earrings 

Based in Venice, CA, jewelry designer Sophie Monet sculpts her pieces using wood and precious stones from around the world. Inspired by her father’s woodshop, the palm trees of LA and her beachy environs, her pieces mix classic and bold geometric shapes, with a fresh palette and natural materials.

Matt & Nat Bag 

Made with eco-conscious vegan leather.

Earth Wood sunglasses

Made with sustainable wooden frames.

Uncommon Goods Scarf

Made from peace silk that comes from naturally vacated cocoons and dyed with natural colors like indigo.

Fabio Rusconi Shoes

Made ethically in Japan with eco-friendly raffia.


Antonello Bag

Naturally dyed and made in Italy with an eco-conscious ethos.

Eileen Fisher Pants

Made with sustainably produced organic cotton.

Nicholas Kirkwood Shoes

Part of Nicholas Kirkwood’s Beya collection that uses recycled leather, cardboard, and plastic in its shoes.

Shwood sunglasses

Made with acetate from natural cotton fiber, and every time a pair is bought a tree is planted.

Espirit Tee

Its lyocell that’s made from wood pulp so less water and less waste is used in production.

Elizabeth Cole Earrings

Handcrafted from both vintage and new materials.


People Tree Dress

Made with organic cotton.

Sydney Brown Shoes 

Ethically handmade with vegan materials.

Machete Earrings

Made from cellulose acetate

Beachgold Bali Bag

Handmade using sustainable, sourced natural materials such as grasses, palm leaf, rattan, and bamboo.

Pala Sunglasses

For every pair sold Pala gives a pair of prescription glasses via outreach projects in Africa.

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