What's Your Go-to Work Outfit Style?

Cause the recurring question of "What to wear to work" is pertinent from Monday all throughout Friday, I'll will be giving you four different work outfit style to get you through the week...Be inspired!

1. The FORMAL look

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When you dress in formal attire, you are dressing to impress. The formal look is an upgrade from your normal day-to-day professional outfits. Men should therfore wear a dark colored suit over a dress shirt. Ties and other accessories should be both modest in color and style – solid, brighter colors (a red tie, for example), or patterned muted. Shoes should be closed-toe oxfords in brown or black, not loafers. Silk or linen pocket squares are also a requirement for men. Formal business attire for women is a pantsuit or skirt suit in a conservative neutral color, such as black, navy, or brown. Closed-toe heels in a neutral color such as taupe, black, grey, or brown and conservative accessories – for instance, diamond studs rather than chandelier earrings.

2. The BUSINESS Professional look

When you dress business professional, you are wearing generally conservative clothing to portray yourself in a professional manner. Business professional is similar to business formal, but does not necessarily mean you have to break out your best shoes and suit. Careers that may require business professional dress on a daily basis include finance, accounting and organizations that have a strict dress code policy. Women can wear a skirt or pants suit with heels while men may wear a blazer or suit jacket, button down shirt, suit pants, a tie and dress shoes.

3. The CLASSIC look

This is probably the most common and easiest way to dress for office, regardless of your job, but also the most likely to get you looking boring, unless you remember this one tip: always wear a statement piece, or just a more fun item to your look (shoes, bag, jewellery, watch, lips, and nails).

4. The CASUAL business look


This is actually pretty easy to pull off and quite versatile depending on where you work. When the dress code for your company is business casual, it simply means you do not need to wear a suit. However, it does not call for casual attire such as jeans and T-shirts. The tip to pulling off this look perfectly is to always wear heels, a very smart/feminine top (thick silky blouse, men-shirts, structured tops), a blazer and a professional bag. Have fun with accessories and even shoes and bags depending on your job...A man’s option for business casual includes a polo shirt, collared shirt or sweater. Khaki or dress pants along with dress shoes make up his business casual outfit. He does not need to wear a tie.

Conclusion: If there is a look you like and want to wear, go for it. Just make sure you execute the outfit with confidence and no one will ever second guess it.

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