Workers have many problems and deciding what to wear every day to the office sits somewhere at the top of them all.
As the old saying goes, "Dress for the job you want, not the job you have." Whether you like it or not, the way you look plays an important part in your success in the workplace.
Getting the right outfit to wear to the office can be tricky as repetitive business outfits might bore you. Are you ready to be the best dressed in the office? Read through for our transformative tips!
Sneak in sportswear
Athleisure is in and it's as comfortable as it is stylish. Switch up your everyday workwear with sporty items. Swap your formal pants for sporty pants and wear with a loose button-up blazer or loosen up with a statement fanny pack and cool glasses. Suit up and then tone it down with a comfortable pair of sneakers.
New shades of black
Black can be limiting when playing around with office wear. If you are trying to open your mind to more stylish looks, challenge yourself not to wear any black for a week. Your outfits will be more colourful and look instantly ready for events you may need to go to after work.
Accessories are your best friend
Accessories have the power to transform your entire look. Think of accessories like toppings; they add an extra oomph to your outfits. The key to pulling off stylish outfits involves using the right accessories. This instantly takes your outfit from drab to fab. However, be careful not to overdo it. A simple statement piece, whether it be a necklace, earrings, shoe or bag, is all you need.
Discover the dressier side of denim
We all love our denim, but wearing denim can be boring when all you wear are your standard skinnies every day. Go beyond the conventional basics and embrace new variations of denim, from palazzo pants to rompers.
Say yes to prints
Sometimes all your office attire needs is a touch of print. Make a few button-up Ankara tops or print pants to mix into your daily routine. Introduce more stripes, polka dots, floral or plaid pieces to your looks. We recommend visiting your local consignment store to find unique print pieces. It's more affordable there!