I like dressing ‘hot’ for work – I live in mesh shirts and no one can stop me | The Sun

A STYLISH woman has set out to be the 'baddie' of her office, with the help of a wardrobe that's heavy on mesh.

Critics have no room to talk, either – her outfits are carefully chosen to be workplace-appropriate.

On TikTok and Instagram, influencer Alexa (also known by her handle @Jay.Alexaa) posts her outfits to a combined 103k followers.

In a recent video, she showed off her bold style and revealed the sexy fabric she can always get away with in the office.

Wearing her hair in a polished updo, Alexa strutted across the screen in slow-motion.

She paired tailored gray slacks with a long-sleeve shirt, but thanks to a clever fabric choice, she still showed plenty of skin.


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The top was around 50 percent mesh, with see-through sleeves covered in polka dots.

The bodice of the mock-neck top also included an illusion sweetheart neckline.

Alexa attributed the sultry style to the source of her obvious on-screen confidence.

"Knowing I can dress like a hot corporate baddie and no one can stop me since it's technically appropriate," she wrote.

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She added that the fabric was her favorite, writing, "If I can, I will live in mesh for the rest of my days."

Commenters loved that plan, encouraging the "corporate baddie" to share all her outfits as inspiration for others.

"The only thing I want from TikTok is corporate outfits," a viewer insisted. "Thank you for delivering."

Another woman wrote, "I need to see more corporate baddie outfits bc we changed our dress code to 'business casual' but I still wanna look hot."

Others shared their looks that had coworkers doing double-takes while still being within dress code limits.

"My flare pants and midi-length bodycon dresses got them eating it up," a woman confessed.

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Alexa's outfit was very different from many other "business" looks promoted on TikTok, which aren't actually office-appropriate at all.

"Finally! A realistic appropriate hot corporate baddie outfit," a fan said. "Lots of influencers call it a business lewk when it’s a short dress."

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