The 9-to-5 to do’s
The pronunciation of the word ‘chic’ varies from wrong to right as does its meaning to different people. And rightly, just as the word, many people don’t understand how it’s to be worn. If you’re here then we’re sure it’s about work fashion you’re concerned about & if that is, go ahead, the reading is going to be bookmarked for future reference!
Don’t Colour Palette Your Wear
Well, this might sound a little weird but there are people who feel too many colours look good on them or in office, but that’s wrong! Too many colours take away the focus of your garment and only one dominant colour out of the set is in attention. If you want to truly look chic in office, do a maximum of two or three coloured combinations on your wear each day. It gives more attention to your wear + combinations that confide/contrast, work really chic.
Organizing your wardrobe in a way that it has varieties of clothes to be worn on different occasions is the key to look chic not only in office but everywhere! You gotta stock your wardrobe according to the kind of occasions or situations you deal with on a regular basis. If you’re one of those people who meet other people on a regular basis, you need to have formal, party, evening events, etc. with you ready always! Black & white should be a must to have in your wardrobe; it not only facilitates your formal wear but also keeps you saved on those weekends when you desire to go monochrome. Always allow linen to be the maximum part of your wardrobe for many comfort reasons, you obviously know summer isn’t that friendly these days. Imagine a linen blazer with jumpsuit ladies. Yes, that’s what we’re talking about.
Don’t pile up on them in your wear at office. You might want to have all types of junk jewelry at your home but you definitely shouldn’t stack them in your daily office wear.
What’s In Fashion…
Doesn’t necessarily have to be worn to office. We don’t expect our physician to wear a Hawaii shirt, right?
Do the thing, they walk us a mile ahead in our destination to look chic in office. The right choice of bags, belts, & shoes (paired up with the right pants) do the deal.
Don’t blame us for the regular blasphemy; rather trust the basics to do the magic alone, sometimes. The right amount of make up (esp. eye make up) is essential to add that magic to your office look. Perfume should be light & effective. Manicure always adds that touch up that’s necessary. But over doing any of these is out of the protocol. Trust me no one would like you with overdone make up in a meeting.
That’s the list, but you can always add your own to make it more you!