Most of the readers of TheWorkingWardrobe usually reside in offices and cubicles as we do primarily talk about fashion as it pertains to an office environment. Our friends at The Collared Sheep write specifically to those of you in the cubicle from the cubicle. This week they decided to share with us their thoughts on working fashion. Read below for more!
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You may not work at a job that requires you to wear a uniform, and you may not get paid to strut down a fashion runway, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t have fashion expectations. Each environment develops its own typical style set, and you are required to chime in. Casual Thursdays or Denim Fridays are an example of how fashion intertwines its way into the workplace. If you work in an office where everyone wears a suit and tie, you might feel silly, or even get fired if you repeatedly show up wearing jeans and a tee shirt.
However, there are ways that you can, and should, even, add your own style to the world of workplace fashion. In a universe of grey slacks and white shirts, just the slightest adjustment can set you apart in a way that can only generally either help or hurt. Why not give it a whirl and see which one it does for your career? Bright pink and aqua shirts or ties offset grey and black suits.
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