For many people, the joy of seeing summer finally setting in is overshadowed by the obligation to wear an office outfit everyday to work. Although this is a problem for many people, designers and fashion magazines are now ready to prove that a summer spent in the office can be comfortable even without flip-flops and swim suits. The rules behind dressing at the office are adaptable to the warm season.
The secret behind feeling comfortable is wearing the right materials. Cotton, for example, is a fabric that allows the skin to breath. Always check the label when you buy new summer clothes and make sure you avoid synthetic materials, such as polyester, which can become very uncomfortable after a day in the office. Linen trousers are a solution for those who want to be chic at the office. The material is light because it is made from fibers of the flax plant.
This year it’s all about the 50’s and 60’s. Therefore, knee-length skirts, perfect for the office, can be found in various shapes and sizes for the ladies who want to be in touch with this year’s trend at work. These can be accessorized with hair bends with ribbons and flowers. Accessories shaped like flowers can be added to your hair, or even as a brooch. Anything reminding you of Audrey Hepburn is in this summer.
Remember that certain items are better kept for your time off. This is the case with shorts and tank tops. Companies with stricter dress codes don’t accept them since they show too much skin, and some organization consider that both males and females shouldn’t even have bare arms. The rule applies to funny floral shirts and skirts reminding you of your summer holiday. No matter how hot it gets outside, see-through materials have never been a good idea in the office.
Before transforming your wardrobe make sure that you fully understand the dress code of your company. Distinguish difference between black tie, business casual, party dress and other dress codes. This way, you can dress comfortably at work without feeling out of place