What to Wear When Business Is Anything But Usual

Ever since the great global disruption in so many areas of life, work wear – like most things – hasn’t been the same. While certain professions still require some formality, a lot of them don’t. That’s why G2000, with its recent reboot, is doing anything but traditional office wear: multipurpose looks that are as good for business as for weekends and evenings out.

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Ever since the great global disruption in so many areas of life, work wear – like most things – hasn’t been the same. While certain professions still require some formality, a lot of them don’t. That’s why G2000, with its recent reboot, is doing anything but traditional office wear: multipurpose looks that are as good for business as for weekends and evenings out.
 
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This cape-like shell can be worn five ways: 1) as it is here; 2) “sleeves” untied and hanging in front of arms for a top that drapes; 3) “sleeves” untied and hanging behind arms; 4) “sleeves” left at the back; 5) or one “sleeve” over one shoulder for a shawl-like effect. Polyester crepe top, $59. Polyester crepe pants, $59.
 
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Cotton linen dress, $89.
 
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G2000 uses Coolplus performance fabric for the vest. It’s designed to absorb and diffuse sweat to release body heat. The pants are made of Coolmax, a breathable polyester blend that wicks moisture away from skin quickly to keep you cool and dry. Coolplus vest, $99. Ponte de Roma blouse, $49. Coolmax pants, $69.
 
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Coolmax dress, $99.
 
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Polyester nylonblend blouse, $59. Nylon skirt, $99.