Outfits to Curb the Chills at Workplace
Although fashion is not the first thing that comes to our mind when we hear the word “office”, entrepreneurs around the world will agree that how you dress to the workplace reflects upon your personality. But we also know that getting out of bed is hard enough in the winter mornings, and there’s hardly any time or inclination to try anything innovative with your outfits.
That’s what we are here for! Take a peek below as we have figured out the best outfits to wear to the office each day of the week.
Dressing well on Mondays is especially hard. Between the weekend hangover and the Monday blues, inspiration gets lost somewhere. So, we decided to keep it simple on Mondays (Note: Simple doesn’t mean boring). The classic office look with a dark trouser and a shirt or formal top is perfect on the first day of the week. Brownie points if you can throw in a formal blazer in the mix. The catch is that you need to wear a statement accessory to make the outfit stand out as a whole. A standout necklace, earrings, bag, shoes- take your pick.
Skirts have been the favourite office wear of ladies since the beginning of time. We won’t insult your fashion sense by mentioning how to carry off a skirt and shirt look in the office. The only thing you must remember is that skirts and heels are like Pizza and Coke- individually great but perfect together!
It’s the middle of the week and all of us need some motivation to get through the rest of it. Isn’t that why God created fashion? Pull out that glamorous dress from your wardrobe or the pencil skirt and silk blouse. Experiment with accessories – a large handbag, high heels, rich perfume. Whatever floats your boat!
Sophistication is the word on Thursdays. Carrying off the sophisticated look may take some experience but you never know until you try, do you? Long coats are in vogue for that sophisticated and yet approachable look. For a more corporate feel, you can go with a suit with closed toe shoes. The trick here is the colour you choose. Lighter colours are more appropriate for the office but contrast works as well. You can pair a dark inner with a light blazer and vice versa.
The last working day of the week should reflect your mood- relaxed, casual and ready to hit the pubs (or the bed, if you are the lazy type). Wear a flowing skirt and sweater, or a casual dress with a blazer. Pay attention to the hem line though. Don’t make it too short as it may raise eyebrows in the office. If you are feeling particularly lazy, you can go with a pair of jeans and a sweater top. As they say, wear your mood!
The way you dress and carry yourself says a lot about you. Especially at the workplace where your image matters. Therefore, if you want to be successful, you might as well look the part.
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