First impressions last, especially at work. Don’t let the stresses of the office dampen your fashion spirit! Here are some tips that can help you improve your work wardrobe – in case you have been in a style rut for too long.
Add a Pop of Color
Classic shades such as black, white and beige are traditionally timeless, but too much of these ‘shape’ colors can make you look bland. Be a fashionista by adding ‘pops’ of color into your wardrobe. For example, fitting a pink blazer with a white top and striped skirt can make you a fashion darling in the office.
Take a Risk
You might be on the safe side of fashion – wearing pencil skirts and button-down dresses to work. Although these offer a refined look, they can be boring in the long run. This coming new year, swear to take a fashion risk! Trade your pencil skirts for full skirts. Wear dresses instead of the usual pantsuits. In the end, you will earn some fashion commendation from your colleagues.
Try a Crop Top
You might have loads of crop tops in your closet for casual day-outs. But do you know that you can wear them to work as well? The key to making this piece work is to avoid baring too much skin. Layer it on top of your blouse and play with proportions for a fun yet professional look.
Make a Statement with Shoes
Girls like us can never have too many shoes. Use this as a reason to buy new statement shoes for work. While nude pumps and black heels are inherently classic, they can dull down your look. Create a refreshed work wardrobe that’s perfect for the new year with vibrant, eye-catching shoes.
Overhaul your Accessories
You know you have been taking your fashion lightly if you have been wearing the same pair of studs, necklace and bracelet to the office. While they might be classically polished, they foster a boring, monotonous style.
Revitalize your work – especially for the new year – by updating your accessories. You need not purchase expensive blings as affordable statement accessories can give your work outfit the oomph that it needs.
Office wear should never be boring. Bring out the fashionista in you by heeding these tips on how to improve your work wardrobe.