Every working environment is different, and therefore workplace attire will vary according to a person’s job role, office culture, and lifestyle. Here are some style tips that can be useful for all working women.
Necklines – Necklines that are too low will leave you, your boss and your colleagues uncomfortable. Look at investing in necklines that are four inches below your collarbone.
Sleeveless tops – Avoid tops that show off too much of your shoulders and look at tops that extend to the edges of your shoulders.
Pumps – Pumps are a good investment as they will always make your outfit look professional.
Jeans – If your office allows jeans, make sure that your outfit still looks formal. Pair your jeans with a blazer and smart shoes to elevate your look.
Iron – Ironing your clothes is a must, as wrinkled work items will look shabby. Iron your clothes for the week on Sunday to make for fuss-free mornings.
Prints – Overloading on prints can make your work outfits look like party attire. If you must wear prints, look at subtle stripes or small floral prints.
Sheer tops – If you’re wearing a sheer top to work, ensure that your bra is not seen by wearing a camisole underneath. To uplift your outfit further look at adding a blazer in a dark shade.
Hemlines – The safest and most flattering hemline for work is a hemline that is at your knees or a little past it.