Office dress code: 5 mistakes to avoid doing at the office
A formal dress code respects some rules you shouldn’t neglect if you care about your image at the office. We don’t say you shouldn’t be creative especially if you are passionate with fashion. A formal dress code determines you to take some fashion compromises so if you love trends you might feel frustrated. If you take care about details you shouldn’t do many compromises so the mistakes will stay far away from you.
Let’s see the top 5 mistakes you shouldn’t do at the office:
Mistake no. 1: you dress like going out with friends
Problem: Even if you are not the type who would wear a mini skirt at 9 o’clock in the morning, you might obtain a too loaded outfit.
Solution: Choose the simplest pieces having a classical and feminine line. When buying them be careful at choosing the wright size and accessorize them with style.
Mistake no. 2: The décolletage
Problem: An office dress code should be first of all decent. If you want to be respected don’t draw the attention by wearing a shirt opened excessively or a dress which is too sexy. This type of seduction technique won’t work much.
Solution: If you want to make a good impression wear deux-pieces with modern and simple bodies which you can choose according to your personal style.
Mistake no. 3: a rough hair
Problem: You woke up too late in the morning and you haven’t had any time to wash your hair?
Solution: You should use a dry shampoo and wear a bun. But don’t use the dry shampoo too often. It si just for emergencies.
Mistake no. 4: You’re bra is visible
Recommendation: Wear a nude body under any transparent blouse. Avoid macramé lingerie and choose a friendly texture. Even if you wear a classic shirt don’t leave the button unloosen.
Mistake no. 5: Crumpled dresses
Recommendation: Invest in a steamer. Textures such as cotton or silk crumple easily. Nothing is more unpleasant than a woman having crumpled dresses.
In order to avoid incidents be prepared with an emergency kit: roller against fluffs, 2 pairs of stockings, a needle with cotton.