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6 Things To Know About Women Fashion at Office

April 12, 2016

Women Fashion at office calls for formal attire in which your outfit should reflect professionalism and accomplishments rather than being overly trendy. It may seem simple indeed, but there are some basic rules to make you look properly appropriate but not outdated. Here are 6 things to know and understand to get you started.

1. Dress Code

A dress code is the foundation that determines the right attire in an occasion. In simple words, the dress code in office environment consists of formal clothing. Avoid sexy clothing or anything that exposes too much skin areas. The building block of such dress code consists of:

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Suit: a blazer combined with either a skirt or pair of trousers in matching colors and fabric. The best way is to go with natural colors such as dark grey and black. Make sure the suit if well-fitting; in most cases, you need to take store-bought suit to tailor for perfect fit.

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Skirt: as a general rule, a skirt should be no shorter than the tips of your finger. Slit at the back and the overall length when sitting down or walking should not be too short also.

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Trousers: when worn with either flats or heels, the trouser cuff should hit the mid-way point of your shoes. Once again, tailor-made is best solution.

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2. Hairstyle

There is enough variety of appropriate hairstyles for office to get you confused in choosing. Basic rule is that you should not leave your house with wet hair, because it gives the impression that you have an unorganized lifestyle. Conservative cuts such as bob and soft layers are always good. Dyed hair and highlights are acceptable as long as they are natural colors. Neat and groomed are mandatory.

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3. Bags

Women fashion dictates that bags are important in most casual and formal occasions. Leather bags are safe, but pay attention to the size and colors. A bag that is large enough to fit documents is a must. Use neutral color that does not easily reveal stains, such as black. Simple yet structured shoulder bag also works for most office settings.

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4. Fashion Suit

Unless you are working for fashion-related company, currently trending women fashion suit is often inappropriate. Conservative look is good, but it does not mean you should prevent yourself from being fashionable. There are many trends in office or business suits for examples bold prints, mixing fabrics, peplum jackets, and color variations. Regardless of your choice, try to make it as simple as possible. Sometimes, an overly trendy person in office is considered dowdy, bad for personal image.

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5. Glasses

Simplicity is the key; it applies not only to glasses, but also all sorts of accessories. The best glasses are those that make perfect fit so they are not sliding down the nose all the time. Avoid any possible flashiness such as colorful frames and non-traditional shapes. Conventional colors of silver and black combined with classic shapes such as oval and almond are preferable. Other accessories including jewelries are acceptable as long as they are not overly distracting and obtrusive.

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6. Sandals

Even in the most casual office environment, flip-flops and sandals in general are distracting and noisy. Another reason why sandals should be avoided at all cost is that they show too much skin area to be considered professional.

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