Today I wanted to share with you all a classic work look modernized with a belt. Lately, I find myself wearing a wide belt over a blazer and pants quite often. It adds an element of chic to a standard professional outfit.
I was recently asked if I had any tips for making work outfits look more professional. I thought it was a great question and so, here are 5 simple tips to make your outfits look and feel more professional. I hope you enjoy them! Have a great weekend everyone and I will see you back here on Monday.
5 Tips to Make Your Outfits More Professional
1) Choose a Fitted vs. a Boxy Blazer
In the above photos, you’ll see that I’m wearing a well fitted blazer. A sure fire way to make your work outfit look more professional and polished is to opt for your fitted blazers instead of any boxy or slouchy ones you may have.
2) Choose a Structured vs. an Unstructured Handbag
My handbag above has a classic structured shape. While handbags like this are gorgeous and on-trend, your work outfit will look more professional if you choose one of your structured handbags instead. if you are looking for a great structured bag I would suggest this.
3) Choose Pointed vs. Round Toe Shoes
While you may still like the look of a rounder toe on shoes, a classic work look is far more likely to favor a pointed toe. It elongates your leg and pulls the outfit together. In addition to my Ivanka Trumps (linked above) I also find these to be very comfortable.
4) Choose Tucked In vs. Out
An untucked shirt in a professional setting appears messy. While I am a huge fan of untucked tunic shirts with leggings on my “off days”, at work your shirt should be tucked in.
5) Material Matters!
Avoid sheer fabrics when putting together your office outfits. period. Shirts in heavier materials will not only ‘hold up’ better through a long work day, but they also will make an outfit look more professional.
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