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After the Eid break, it’s time to bring fresh silhouettes to your wardrobe. White or cream reflects the heat, while black means business. Whatever your style, wear it with confidence.

Get the Look: From the high end to the high street, Fatin al Zadjali helps you to get the look

Spring-blue is an airy hue that is also light on the skin. This button-down number from Joy exudes understated elegance and will look great worn under a blazer or even on its own. From RO21.5.

This chic, cream tuxedo blazer from Very is long enough to be also worn as a dress. It’s an essential element for your collection and a classic for those early-morning meetings. From RO45.

Slim, loose-fitting slacks need not mean sacrificing style for comfort. These piped black and white trousers from River Island will complement tuxedo-style blazers or a blouse. From RO17.50.

This monochromatic flow shirt from Oliver Bonas is mod and means business for the rigours of the working day. It’s easy-to-wear and makes a statement. From RO22.50.

Good-quality accessories are essential. Splashing out on a pair of Ray-Ban sunnies is an investment and will protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. From RO85.

Neon-pink heels will add a burst of colour to your work outfit. Steve Madden offers an impressive array of heels for all statures. From RO25.