Gone are the days when a two piece matching suit was all you needed to look good at work. Now there is much more freedom and choice to have when trying to dress for the working world. The amount of choice can sometime be daunting. SO what should you replace the smart suite with?
Now its about and mix and matching the right pieces. The Working Bees think that you need to carry three blazers in your wardrobe. These three key pieces will empower you to make a multiple of outfits
This is because we all have a LBD that can be smarten up and made into a corporate look with the addition of a black blazer. It goes with most other colours and can be a great way to add a contrast to a light coloured outfit.
A white blazer should look clean, crisp and fresh. It’s a great way to smarten up a dull outfit and you are still staying within safe boundaries of a neutral pallet. There really isn’t nothing you cannot match with a white blazer, just mind you do not spill your coffee on it!
Pop your Colour
This piece in your wardrobe is for you to have fun with. Grab a clolour that suits your skin tone and be brave with it. Just make sure the Blazer is a good fit and has a nice tailoring to it. That way no matter what colour you chose it will look smart. If you have a natural flair for matching colours then be brave and wear it with pride. You can even go for a cool clash like pink and orange!
Never judge a book by its cover! Though most people quote this and endeavour to live by it, practically it’s hard to do. People should not judge others for the way they look but when it comes to interviews this is not always the case!
It may sound harsh but unfortunately, human mind seems to subconsciously drift in this direction . This is even more likely in interview situations; because you are putting yourself up for scrutiny.