Whatever your dress code is at the office it is important to always dress with an element of style that reflects pride in what you do. Trends are ever changing and sometimes overwhelming. Use trends to stay on top of the most popular colors, patterns, details and beauty.
Our style identity doesn’t fluctuate much. You may have a conservative style or may be a bit of a fashionista. Maybe you’re more town & country or a little masculine, but whatever your preference is… simply infuse those new trends into your current style ID.
Keys to always looking your best:
Fit– sloppy and bulky isn’t appealing on anyone; use the skill of a local tailor to alter ill-fitting clothing.
Style– how you look not only covers your body, it expresses who you are and how you feel about yourself.
Comfort– if you don’t feel good in it, if it itches or isn’t an absolute “yes, i love it,” leave it at the store. Discomfort shows!
Colors– wearing the perfect hues for your skin tone can add the “wow” factor to your look.
Accessories– pairing the right accents is sometimes all a look needs to be special.
Here are 2 quick & simple style trends that work great for the workplace:
Wearing monochromatic tones from head to toe alludes to the image of luxury and quality. Additionally, you appear taller and leaner.
Here are a few rules for wearing monochromatic looks:
- When wearing one shade head to toe break it with texture leather, velvet, silk, denim wools, knits, etc…
- When in doubt go with black. its simple and pretty foolproof… easy to dress up or down, always looks expensive and never goes out of style
Style & comfort
No more are the days of always having to struggle through the day in heels and shamefully switch to you tennis shoes in the car or on your way to the train. One of the hottest trends lately has been flats. Whether penny loafers, brogues, monk straps or simple ballerinas the styles, colors and details are far and wide and stunningly elegant.
Booties, knee-highs, wedges and stilettos are still go to styles but it’s a no brainer to have this variety of footwear looming closely if not being your first choice most of the season.