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Post grad life for most people is full of interviews. I haven’t done too many which I am extremely thankful for! I am blessed to work at a job that I absolutely love. However, now and then I still end up with meetings where professional attire is required. There’s something about office wear that most people find boring. I’m not sure why this is. When I think of having another genre of clothing that I have to fit into I tend to look at it as a challenge. It’s just one more way to show off my style.

So when looking for an outfit that is professional here are my go to tips and thought process.

  1. You don’t want anything too short. I typically aim to have a dress or skirt at my knee. Here I am wearing flats, but if I were to put on heels the skirt length would still be appropriate. Anything above the knee will look even shorter when heels are added.
  2. Color is an okay thing. When you first thing of office wear I feel like neutrals are what come to my mind. Black, tan, navy. However that doesn’t have to be the case. You can have some fun by adding a pop of color or pattern pants even. Show off your style but still look classy.
  3.  The bend and check. I don’t know about you but this was always a rule in our house when we got new clothes and I think it especially applies when aiming to look professional. Bend over and make sure you can not see down your top or up your dress/skirt. When working in an office people will sometimes be standing while you are sitting at your desk. This gives them a height advantage and you never know what they can see from up there so always check.

What are your go to professional looks or tips?

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    I love business casual attire! I don’t think it’s boring at all. Fancy, but not too over the top. This outfit is adorable. I really like the “bend and check,” I will remember that one!

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