When trying out work outfit we should always remember that our goal is to remain professional and maintain a competent image because our attire has a voice and that voice must show professionalism when it comes to work clothes. Indeed there are some organisations that do not take dressing to work but there are some others that have hidden and unspoken rules when it comes to work outfits.
Now, a lot of women tend to dress unprofessional and this might be distracting. Work outfits have to be neat and trim . A lot of professional women are guilty of committing multiple fashion faux pas without even knowing, and their lack of judgment many a time can lead to being passed over for a job and sometimes they might not be taken seriously.
We must try as much to appear dapper and trendy at the same time even if we wear work outfits that are above the knee. Below are some ways to look like the successful woman you are:
#1. Brown Dress
Here is a very professional look. A brown short sleeved midi body con dress paired with a beige coat, a brown clutch, spike necklace, gold cuff and patent christiano louboutins shoe.
#2. Yellow Dress
Here a body con cap sleeved knee length dress is worn with gold cuffs bracelet and patent pumps.
Here a baby pink knee length skirt is paired with a net peplum top, white belt with metallic bow detail, patent heel and metallic purse.
#4 Blue Dress
Here a gorgeous blue dress with black details is paired with a heart shaped black purse and a blue bejeweled heel.
Here a floral print is painted with a crisscross blue shirt , gold chain accessories, nude hand band and a blue sandal heel shoe.
#6 Yellow Dress 2
Here a mini yellow dress is worn with yellow heels and finished off with a red loius vuitton clutch.
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