Work outfits are hardest to put together. Getting up early in the morning to get ready for work is in itself challenging. And let's not even get started with the thought process of 'what to wear today'. While many are pretty good at picking outfits for work, others are equally bad. Especially when your work requires you to dress classy. Client servicing team will agree with us here. Mondays are the worst since you have to wear your best formals.
Plus, formals are not very comfort friendly. The full sleeve tucked tightly in pants/skirts trying to overshadow the wrinkled area is not easy to pull off. And in-between crisp white shirts and grey pants, where to get that 'cool' factor?
In addition, we have this expensive range of brands who do not let us shop without giving us a heartache -- also, emptying our band accounts.
So how do we do this? 'Look' professionally capable, do not sacrifice our coolness and yet not spend a lot. Well, simple. Read on...and you'll find out.
Today we have decided to provide you a workplace look book that is not only comfortable and professional but also inexpensive. So let's get started:
A Chic White Shirt: This crisp white shirt is pepped up with highlighted collar. Also, the sleeves are 3/4 so you have enough movement. It's different from any regular formal shirt because of it metallic highlights which balances out your cool factor.
Polka Dot Pencil Skirt: Assuming you've bought the shirt. Now. You need to pair it up with the best skirt you can lay your hands on, and guess what it is right here? -- available in perfectly matching print: Black and white polka dots; a pencil skirt. This will go perfectly with your white shirt. The skirt has a slit at the end making your leg movement easy.
Heels: Like every time, we need a perfect pair of footwear to complete the look and what could be more perfect than these grey stilettos? The classy shade of grey would syn with your white skirt and shirt.
Accessorize: Since we have put our Monday work outfit together pretty effortlessly. It's time to add a bit of cool factor to it. And how can we do this? Add a patent leather backpack, is it?