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Business and Business-Casual Work Attire

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Business and Business-Casual Work Attire

Clothes and Work Attire at the Office

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Depending on how formal and code-enforced your workplace is, you’re likely to have to adhere to some sort of dress code to one extent or another. Business and business-casual attire both require some sort of shopping preparation; a good eye to quality and durability is key to making the right selections. Here are some pointers and tips on how to shop business and business-casual for work!

For business-formal, it’s all about getting the quality pieces that will last you. Think about it this way: would you rather spend a medium amount of money on a likely mediocre business outfit that will last you a couple months…or pay a little more for one that will last for years to come? Investing in good quality will surely pay off…and if you do a good job of keeping an eye out for deals and sales, you’re likely to score a quality business attire with its price slashed down!

If you are on a budget for business-formal pieces, don’t worry about quantity. Instead, get key pieces in safe colors (black, dark grey, etc.) that you can switch up. For instance, if you only have four pairs of work pants/skirts for the five-day work week, a dark pencil skirt in black can be worn twice without anyone noticing if you pair it with a different top.

I love business-casual attire…it’s so much easier to coordinate outfits, and much more fun as well! For workplaces that allow for business-casual attire, pencil skirts, business slacks, and tasteful dresses are your key pieces. I personally like to wear solid-colored cardigans over my outfits and add on a key necklace piece and/or rings to embellish!

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