Your work clothes need more attention than your party wardrobe. If you do not dress properly to work you will face the wilting attention from superiors and also the snide comments from coworkers. Although some workplaces do not have rules saying what needs to be worn for work, it is an unwritten rule to dress professionally and appropriately. A proper wardrobe will pave the way for you to make you heard more and also make a good impression with other external personnel.
Making the wardrobe
You do not need to own 30 pieces of clothing to make your work wardrobe stylish and also professional. For most of us, mixing and matching is the best solution currently known to work with the clothes that we own.
Picking your color palette
It is a good idea to understand your skin undertone first. Go online and search for your skin tone and once you understand what it is, it will make it easier on you to figure out the colors that you look best in. Then these colors will become the color palette for you to buy new clothes from.
Tips for buying new clothes
One of the most important things when it comes to work clothes is that the clothes fit your proportions properly. Do not buy clothes that are too tight or too loose for you. When it comes to hemlines, you will need to stick to the more conservative lengths as well.
You can never run out of too many shirts, so buy enough to suit you for a week (especially if you are doing daily laundry). Or buy enough to fit into your laundry schedules. It can be hard to choose pants when buy ones that suit you. You can always buy shifts that have flowers, birds and other patterns and such, but make sure that these are more subdued and do not grab attention when the shirt is worn.
When you have pants that fit your best in colors and also patterns, make sure to go for those as checkered pants and striped pants look the best when they fit you. Swiss dots, stripes and checkered pants are fun and also appropriate for office when they are in earthen colors. Do not buy bright colored pants as you will not be able to wear it frequently.
Generally earthen colors and blacks and whites are preferred at an office environment but do not always stick to that. Have a bright splotch of color in the shape of accessories (not too glamorous), shoes and handbags.