6 Office-ready Outfits Every University Graduate Needs

May 11, 2017


If you used to wear collared sweat shirt and skinnies from university, it’s time to enter into the world of professional attire. Whether you already have a job lined up or you’re still searching, building an office-appropriate wardrobe is needed if you want to be taken seriously at your new job.

To keep you inspired, keep on reading for the 6 office-ready wardrobe ensembles every university graduate needs.



1. A Collared Blouse/Button-down Shirt



Versatile in every way, these button-down pair seamlessly with pants or a pencil skirt. For those days you want a softer, more feminine look, team your collared blouse with a full skirt. You can also wear a striped button-down shirt with a pair of white pants and nude heels.

2. Tailored Pants

 

While it might be challenging to wear work slacks, there is a stylish way to wear office-appropriate pants - the vintage inspired cigarette pant makes this the ideal work pant for young grads while an ankle cut, rather than a to-the-floor length, feels fresh and avoids the 1990s boxy look. Team your office slacks with a bold-colored blazer appropriate for work, or a black blazer that goes well with everything.

3. Pencil Skirt



You also cannot go wrong with a sleek pencil skirt as it goes with any shoe or top. If you wish to look creative in your workplace, think of print-appropriate skirts in a high-quality fabric so you’ll look more professional and sleek.

4. Classic Dress


When it comes to a professional work environment, a classic pencil dress or sheath dress is a great staple that will make a transition to after-work date easier. However, avoid flimsy jersey fabrics that look casual than office-ready. Also, a dress with a higher neckline, fully covered shoulders, and three-quarter sleeves will have you looking professional in no time.

5. Office Blazer


After compiling your office ensemble in the morning, you can’t just throw on any old denim jacket or scarf over it like you always do in your school days. So, trade them with a chic office blazer or coat that can elevate your look. Just choose a neutral, versatile color for mixing and matching, and make sure the fit is flattering to your shape.

6. Classic Pumps


Having the right shoes for the office is more important than you think as it dresses up your looks even more. Don’t wear sky-high platform heels with your pants to work. Instead, opt for stilettos with a sensible three-inch heel that will be comfortable. However, think of having a pair of ballet flats to relax your feet from heels.

Add a stylish and professional flair to your corporate outfits by heeding these tips. Have other additions or opinion, comment them below...

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