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Things to consider when choosing your work attire

Ladies workwear, competing in a world traditionally dominated by men requires many essential skills, and knowing how to dress properly for each situation is one of them. From meetings with clients and investors to presentations and important events, the right attire – combined with the right attitude – can help you climb that ladder and establish yourself in your field.

In the modern workplace where casual wear is established day by day, it’s tricky to understand what you are expected to wear. At Working Wardrobe, you’ll find a wide range of stylish ladies workwear to suit all requirements; from dresses and shirts, to trousers and knitwear. Our ladies workwear is of the highest quality and is consistently sized, unlike most brands in the clothing industry. Plus, we offer a bespoke tailoring service to accommodate your exact fit and body shape.

With this in mind, here are some tips to consider when choosing ladies workwear:

Ladies workwear, be savvy on what’s appropriate

Different business environments have different rules for work attire, and some companies impose stricter dress codes than others. While you may be able to wear shorts, cut-offs could be completely out of line. If you are not sure about the dress code, ask someone or take cues from your co-workers. It’s important to adjust to specific cultural standards. Depending on the city, country or even the type of business you’re in, it’s important to honour what is culturally appropriate. At Working Wardrobe, you won’t be short of options for ladies workwear for any occasion.

Wear clothes that fit

It may sound obvious, but so many people still get it wrong. If your clothes are too big, or too small, they will look untidy and you will give the impression of someone who doesn’t care for their appearance. Unfortunately, mass-produced clothes are inconsistently sized and you may not be what the industry considers a standard type. If you don’t want to spend a fortune on tailoring, we offer an alternative, cost-effective solution. For an extra £10, Working Wardrobe can adjust our regular garments to your exact body shape and size within a week after your order. Wearing properly fitted ladies workwear will make you look professional, organised, and ready for action.

Don’t be a show-off

If you like overly flashy colours and makeup, be aware that they can distract and have the visual equivalent of shouting in everyday contexts. You should choose an attire in warm colours that will not upstage an event or the person you are meeting with. You want to make an impression based on your work ethic and your business sense, and not for your lipstick or stilettos. Accessories should also be kept minimal and modest; they are meant to complement your outfit, not overpower it. Last but not least, make sure that your shoes are polished and in good condition; every detail matters.

Rules for casual dress

Most people love not having to dress in a suit every day for work. However, if your company is following a casual dress policy, things can get quite confusing. If they provide little detail, you may wonder how informal your ladies workwear can be. Again, it’s better to be safe than sorry, therefore ask your employer or the human resources department.

Dressing casually doesn’t mean that you can wear anything you want at the office. We do not recommend old and faded items of clothing for workwear. Avoid wearing t-shirts with inappropriate or offensive logos and save your beachwear and overly revealing items of clothing for days you are not working. Flip-flops should also be avoided at all costs, no matter how impressive your pedicure looks.

Always remember that adjusting to the circumstances is key. If you are going to a meeting or making a presentation, casual attire may not be suitable for the occasion, therefore plan your outfit accordingly.

The little details that matter

If you want to make a good impression during a business meeting or a corporate event, you need to pay attention to other aspects of your appearance besides your clothing. For starters, make sure that your hair is presentable. Second, don’t wear strong perfume; many people have allergies, or simply don’t like a particular scent. If you are not sure whether or not someone can smell you, it’s always a good idea to ask someone you trust. Last but not least, pay attention to your bag; opt for a sturdy and roomy bag and keep it clean and tidy at all times. Avoid rucksacks and casual bags.

Clean out your wardrobe every few years

If you look into your wardrobe and you see items of clothing that no longer fit, are worn out, are out of fashion, or they haven’t been worn in two years or more, give them away. It’s better to have fewer, good-looking and high-quality clothes and ladies workwear, than a wardrobe full of things you shouldn’t and don’t wear anymore. If you don’t have enough ladies workwear and you want to add more