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For most of us, the office is practically our second home. We spend hours upon hours each week there working tirelessly in order to get the job done. Sometimes a full-time job can feel like a second home. If you feel like you're spending a good amount of time at your office, then you might as well dress the part. Having a great wardrobe for the work week can make you feel better about yourself, which can ultimately lead to better productivity levels due to your increased confidence. In order to achieve a perfect work wardrobe for each day of the week, we've come up with some classy combinations that will keep you confident and comfortable while at the office.
The First Work Wardrobe Must-Have: Colored Trousers
One of the very first items that you should definitely consider having as a part of your work wardrobe is a few pairs of colored trousers. When you own colored trousers, you can add the variety you need to your work wardrobe that you were lacking elsewhere. If adding variety to your work wardrobe sounds appealing, then our TANGEST brand women's colored trousers are just what the fashion doctor ordered. For the winter, we recommend the following colored trouser selections:
However, you can own any pair of these versatile colored trousers and be ready to start the day. Since they're a solid color, you can pair them with a simple black or white blouse. If you want to kick it up a notch, you can wear these incredibly comfortable and stylish trousers with a patterned blouse. With spring coming up shortly, you could also get a head start and purchase lighter colors such as white, pink, and sky blue.
Our Second Work Must-Have Recommendation: Blazers
Every now and then your office job will require a conference call or a meeting with other employees. You might even find yourself in a meeting with your boss to go over your progress! In situations such as those, it's a good idea to have a go-to professional piece. Of course, you don't want to be too bland like an office cubicle. A blazer or a design work coat can come in handy for any setting where a professional appearance is necessary. You don't have to go with the traditional black blazer; instead, you can go with a nice color such as light pink, pastel blue, or even yellow to brighten up the workplace. With a solid-colored blazer, you can mix and match various pieces from your work wardrobe and look flawless. Imagine this idea: you could go to your next important work meeting with a polka dot blouse, black trousers, and a light pink blazer. See how easy that was? Adding a blazer can easily add the color and professionalism required for your big conference! Blazers can also be worn with a sleeveless dress. You can even wear a blazer as a part of a more casual outfit for events that aren't work-related. Simply throw on a white t-shirt, jeans, and a blazer for a complete weekend outfit!
The Third Work Wardrobe Must-Have: The "Profesh" Dress
What would the office be without your essential professional dress? An office is definitely a place where you can enjoy looking nice and dressing your best. If you need to take a break from your trousers, it never hurts to jump into a dress and go to work! A long or half sleeve dress is an excellent option for winter work attire. In case you're afraid a dress won't be warm enough, you can always add a pair of neutral-colored stockings. Additionally, pairing your long sleeve dress with some work-appropriate knee-high boots will keep you warm as well. You don't have to stop at just a long or half sleeve dress for the workplace, however: a nice fit and flare dress in a solid color or fun pattern can be a great addition to your work wardrobe. Always remember that if you like the way a certain dress fits, it's a good idea to purchase it in another color or pattern. That way, you can feel confident wearing something that you know looks good on you without having to stress out on finding an entirely new outfit for work!
Our Fourth Work Wardrobe Must-Have: The Little Black Blouse
We've all heard of the little black dress –also referred to as the LBD – but have you ever heard of the little black blouse? That's right! There's a little black blouse that you should absolutely incorporate into your work wardrobe in order to create a seamless variety of outfit options. Our long sleeve black blouse is the perfect fit for the workplace. It's also ideal for those late mornings where you need something that will easily match your other work attire, such as the colored trousers we mentioned earlier. A black blouse with a pair of light pink trousers can truly be a sweet and stylish work outfit that's practically effortless.
Our Fifth and Final Work Wardrobe Recommendation: Adorable Accessories
You could own multiple pairs of colored trousers, solid blouses, popping blazers, and professional dresses, but what would an outfit be without accessories? For the workplace, we highly recommend tasteful accessories such as a pearl necklace. Pearl beads can be worn in either their traditional form or black for the workplace. They're perfect since they aren't too flashy and can be worn with nearly anything. To add an interesting touch to your work outfit that will be sure to provide you with compliments from coworkers, then wearing a vintage stone pendant necklace is an excellent idea.
If you're at a loss for ideas on what additions to make to your work wardrobe, then these five recommendations are highly suggested. Not only will it be easier for you to mix and match clothing, but it'll make it easier to get ready in the morning before work. Who doesn't need more time to themselves? With a pair of colored trousers, a patterned blouse, and a blazer, you'll be ready to face that work conference with confidence!
|About The Author|
Gerald Woods is Director of Operation at Solace Connect, LLC based in San Antonio, TX. He has written many articles on various topics dealing with online streaming, fashion, fitness, and a host of other topics. He graduated from Prairie View A&M University with a B.B.A . in Finance. Follow his team and him at Facebook or by subscribing to our News Letter at the bottom of this webpage.