While it is true that a good wardrobe won’t make up for sloppy work, psychological studies prove that clothing choices have an impact not only on how others perceive and treat you, but also affect your own mood and confidence.
There are very few hard and fast rules these days when it comes to most people's office wardrobe, but there are still a few (be it unspoken) rules:
1. What is your company’s dress code or dress policy? This will vary from industry to industry and company to company. If this is unclear, then look at the various levels in your company and observe what they wear. Each company tends to have a culture of their own. Is it a smart trousers and blouse kind of company or do most people wear jeans and a tee shirt? And remember, the boring grey suit and white blouse combo is so outdated. Well-tailored dresses and heels work just as well.
4. Luxe up any look: For example, add flatforms, heels or a statement neckpiece or earrings to a seemingly casual look to give it an immediate boost.
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