Naturally, we all want to look good. But in the office we have to try harder because air conditioning, those fluorescent lights, and flattering color schemes all impact how we feel and look. We will usually get stuck in wearing the same clothes or combinations of them every day, particularly when we are working in the same set up for a long time.
A change is needed sometime. It can boost confidence and even your personality, which is so important in the place of work. Clothing or office dressing can make an impact. Here’s how you can do it.
Take A Fresh Look At Your Wardrobe
Usually, with most people, you will find that they keep the most used pieces in the front of their wardrobes or closets for convenience. But the problem is, you will only have access to a small portion of what you have inside. Most people are in a hurry to dress in the morning. So rearrange your closet. Move those you have been wearing for a long time to the back, and bring out the ones you tried many months back. With this, you will be finally trying new clothes. You will look different.
Get Rid Of Out Of Style, Ill Fitting, And Old Clothes
We all have them. But those who don’t have to buy new items often and those working in business casual or business formal workplaces will have more of these. There is simply no impetus of buying unless there is a major weight gain. To get a new look, give away your old clothes to charity or have a garage sale. Or at least stow them away if you are not feeling like losing them.
Many ladies out there will only wear one shape, which I think is a mistake. If you are wearing a pencil skirt all the time, why not go for a silk skirt that has pleats or an A-line? Similarly, if you are seen in blazers all the time, then it’s time to wear a short sleeve or a three-quarter sleeve. You can be sure that you will get noticed immediately.
Try Different Colors
Many workplaces are color friendly now. So why not jazz up the workplace outfit? For instance, during fall, you can wear jewel tones, and muted tangerine, fuchsia and chartreuse. There will certainly be more options than just navy, khaki and black, even if the office wants neutral colors. You can try muted rose, coffee brown, and titanium gray for a change. Men in casual workplaces can wear colored blazers, chinos, and dress shirts.
The right accessories can accentuate your look by a great deal as well. Just add a colorful bag or belt and a statement necklace. This will do a world of good, and even your printed scarf can make a difference. Men can wear a different, colorful tie.
Shop with a friend if you want new a addition in your closet. Your friend can give you new ideas.