A handy wardrobe guide is necessary especially when we work in a corporate organisation.
While there are different types of work environment admittedly, we believe that there are some rules that are applicable to the entire lot……………
……………….therefore if you don’t want to be the reason why the HR personnel keeps sending dress code reminders then you need to take a look at these tips which would guide you on what style is appropriate for work.
Note all this rules are applicable to all other professionals with the exclusion of the artsy and creative people:
The first rule has everything to do with your neckline; while playing dress up can be so much fun, note that when it comes to an appropriate work style your neckline should be nothing less than four inches 4”.
Nobody wants a display of your boobs so keep it buttoned in.
The second rule is when you wears a sleeveless top, remember that a sleeveless top or dress is far different from a strapless or spaghetti strap outfit.
All sleeveless outfits whether shirts, blouses or dresses should extend to the edges of your shoulder.
The third rule has to do with your footwear, some footwear are permitted while others are strictly forbidden, however when you don’t understand what to do simply go for pumps they are generally acceptable.
The fourth rule has to do with a blend of casual; during meetings that fall on the weekend or business casual environment, jeans is acceptable but only when it is paired formally with blazers and smart shoes like oxfords, loafers and pumps.
The final rule for now has to do with the state of your clothes; neatness is key in these work environments and so you must ensure that your outfits is pressed and wrinkle free at all times.
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