Now that our feet are firmly back underneath our desks, we thought it was time to discuss new season work attire to make sure you know how to impress your colleagues and give off the right impression in the work place this season.
When I meet up with friends after work I always think it’s a great opportunity to see what everybody deems suitable for their own office. One friend walks in with ripped jeans and Ugg boots and another walks in wearing a beautifully fitted pencil skirt and shirt tucked in with matching coloured shoes. With so many varying degrees of ‘suitable’, how do we know we are getting it right?
Well, we’ve picked some of our favourite outfits that go from casual (but still professional) to interview ready.
Within this mixed bag you are sure to find something suitable for your work place. But remember, if starting a new job, its best to go too smart than too casual on your first day!
For the perfect smart but effortless look why not tuck this coral F&F utility shirt into this pair of F&F Limited Edition Bum and tum skinny jeans and top it off with this F&F Contrast Lined Fitted Jacket over the top. Complete the look with these black boots that ooze style and will ensure your feet are comfortable all day long!
To stand out in the office for all the right reasons and being the ‘trusty trend setter’ why not rock the A – line skirt? We suggest this beautiful red A-Line skirt with matching jacket. Then, add this simple (but effective) black shirt tucked in and do all the buttons up to be bang on trend! To keep you warm, team this with tights and a pair of simple patent shoes.
For those embarking on a potential new role it’s vital that you make a great first impression and whether we like it or not, many judge you straight away on what you’re wearing. The wardrobe conundrum haunts us all the night before an interview but for the ultimate professional look, we suggest this boucle shift dress teamed with low denier tights and a killer pair of heels – they promise to give you a boost of height and confidence!