Between rising temperatures outside and chilly air condition inside, dressing for the office in the summer can be a challenge. You want to avoid the common mistake of under dressing. When considering your work wardrobe, it’s okay to be trendy and show your personal style but keep it professional. You’re at work not a beach party. Go with a lightweight ensemble, keeping cool, chic and professional. We paired a red trouser pants with an asymmetrical printed top and classic black pumps. We tide the look all together with a great blazer and simple accessories.
Three important rules for making the right impression at work are: 1.) Presentation Counts 2.) Casual shouldn’t mean frumpy. 3.) Dress as you want to be seen. When considering your work wardrobe be sure to size up your office. If you want to be a manager, check out what the successful managers are wearing. No need to copy their exact ensemble but use it as an inspiration or guideline. Next, check out the office super stars, I’m sure their not wearing last weekend’s party attire.
10 items you should never wear to work:
1.) Short Shorts or Skirts
3.) Piling on the Jewelry
4.) Too Much Cleavage
6.) Tank Tops
7.) Neon Head-to-Toe
8.) Tight Clothing
9.) Crop Tops
10.) Poor Attitude
Kimberly M. Smith
As we say goodbye to spring and welcome summer with open arms, it’s time to kick back & relax. Hangout with your closest friends and family, fire-up the grill, love, laugh, enjoy the beautiful weather. It’s Summer Time!
There’s nothing like a fresh white ensemble to get you ready for the season. Every woman and every body type can wear white, it’s all about how you jazz it up.
What’s important is you wear pieces that compliment your body type.
Below are a few pictures on how to incorporate it into your wardrobe.
Wear it casual at the beach, stylishly at brunch with girlfriends or take it to the office and still keep it professional.
Accessorize with bold or neutral tones.
Keep it clean with baby wipes or Tide stick.
Go Forth and be Fashionable!
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