Oh dear, what to wear?

Are you worried about how you dress at work? Do you want to be taken seriously? If you’re a woman, there are a million options for dressing for the office. Unfortunately, some women have not learned that others often do not take them seriously if they dress like they are getting ready for an evening out instead of a day at the office. Here are some guidelines to follow according to CareerBuilder.com and business etiquette expert Susan RoAne: • Skirts. A good rule of thumb is that skirt lengths should be no more than one hand width above the knee. • Tops. Don’t wear tops that are too tight or revealing. Make sure that there is at least one inch of room between your body and fabric. And conceal your midriff. Backs, stomachs, breasts and shoulders should be covered. Don’t wear anything see through—wear a bra—and keep the straps hidden. • Dresses. Halter-top dresses are a no-no. And don’t wear a dress that is a cleavage revealer. Follow the no more than one hand width above the knee length rule. Nothing too snug here either. • Pants. Don’t wear your pants too tight. Don’t expose your midriff. • Shoes. Don’t go any higher than 2-inch heels. Wear closed-toe shoes. Don’t wear anything too wild or strappy for the office. • Hair. Keep your do sleek and out of your face. Don’t go for the over processed look. • Makeup. Maintain a clean and natural look. RoAne says to remember that you want people to remember your business skills—not your clothes.  

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