Lately, the dressing code for work has been altered or slightly modified. Formal suits are worn by bank employees and people with professions in the field of law, which leaves the rest of us with the chance to choose our working apparel. That is actually more challenging than you think. There was a time when I had my business suits in one corner of my closet and the rest of my closet was reserved for all other apparel, but nowadays there are no obligations to wear specific uniformed clothing at work. That leaves me with a dilemma and a big question mark over the question what to wear to work. There are several business rules regarding Womens Work Wear and everyone should follow them in order to present their working environment in the best possible light. Keeping it classic and simple are the basic guidelines.
That doesn’t mean that you have to wear black tailored dresses or suits all the time; and you can add a couple of fashion marks of your own. Still, don’t make your outfit look too attractive, and if you wear a dress or a skirt – make sure it is not very short. Four inches above the knees are enough to show you are a woman, but a business woman before everything else. A white blouse or shirt looks very clean and professional on everyone and you can fashion it up with a couple of accessories or a colorful scarf. Accessories are also tricky for the workplace, so make sure you don’t put on too much makeup and jewelry because they attract too much attention.