Who said you need to dress up plain and boring to your workplace? If you want to make a good impression in the eyes of your employers, colleagues, and most importantly your clients, you must dress well. Since you’re in a formal space, you need to wear something that will give you an executive look without being too plain or boring.
There are different types of formal attires that you can try every day without making your look repeated over and over again. All you got to do is mix and match some basic formal clothing items! Here are a few things that you need to have in your wardrobe to dress up well to work:
A classy pantsuit
A classy pantsuit is one of the most important assets you should possess. You can wear it whenever you want to look a little too professional; like if you have to attend an important conference or meeting. Go for black, navy blue, brown, or white.
Skirt suits are as formal as pantsuits but you can choose between them according to the shape of your body. If you have well-toned legs that you don’t really mind showing off, skirt suits will look great on you. However, if you have skinny and tall legs you can go with the pantsuit. Skirt suits are great in black, white, brown, navy blue, beige, light blue, and light pink.
A well-cut formal pant
Everyone needs a pair of well-cut formal pants that will go well with any kind of button ups or tops. Having one of these is very important because you can wear them regularly to the office whenever you don’t have any formal meeting. You can wear a plain red top with a black pair of formal pants and a good necklace (not too highlighted). Also, you can wear a plain top and a jacket on top to give your formal pant a part in a not-so-formal look.
A full-length skirt with a slide slit will look very elegant and classy with button-ups as well as plain tops. Plain tops and full-length skirts will look better with a printed scarf around the neck.
Button ups are mostly shirts. Even though most people prefer light colored and plain shirts as a part of their formal attire, trying something out like dark blue, maroon, emerald green, and brick red can be really sexy. You can wear them with pants, skirts or inside suits. Stripes and checks aren’t that common when it comes to button ups but you can always give them a try if your workspace gives you the liberty to try something different.
Womens formal dresses
womens formal dresses are necessary items in your wardrobe since you can wear them to office as well as a formal party. Any function where you need to look dressier than you usually are, go for a formal dress. Try to keep it simple and go for extra cuts and curves instead of vibrant colors if you want to look a bit more stylish. Black, navy blue, white, beige, cream, red, dark green, and brown are great for formal dresses.