Fashion Vs Comfort - What women should wear to office

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Appropriate work wear is one major early morning challenge for the woman who always wanna inspire people with her eternal style. With those pressures and challenges at work, fashion trends are taken over by comfort and that chick line is blurred, making finding that perfect work outfit more difficult !!

So, on another major reader's request, I am raising this ever challenging topic - 

What should women wear to work/office ?

"Your appearance reflects your job aspirations, and people within your organization will only picture you in a higher position if you dress like it " --- was always the thumb rule for office dressing, however, now that dress codes are more relaxed, looking effortlessly stylish not stuffy is the aim.

To ease up your daily dilemma, prepare your basic working wardrobe and keep on upgrading with trends. Also, keep some evergreen pieces on the top as last minute fashion savers. Here we go ...

1. Outerwear specially Blazers, trench, tweed jackets are a must to liven up the morning commute and boost any business outfit.

2. Hardworking days calls for comfortable trousers which goes the distance with crisp shirts or chiffon blouses. Put in the overtime with dark denim jeans.

3. Show you mean business by pairing eye-popping blouses with ladylike hip-hugging pencil skirts. The traditional two-piece comes handy too. Style, color and Right fit is the key here.

4. Keep make-up fresh, hair loose and your shirt crisp and spotless for a more relaxed and confident feel.

5.  Save time in the morning with the ultimate A-line skirts and some go-to dresses which comes in slinky jersey fabric and are wrinkle free.

6. Keep your accessories minimal, nails manicured, heels comfrtable and bags sturdy. You wanna look more professional then cute.

Till next time....Keep it STYLISH By Nature !!
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