Dress to impress.
I totally believe in the saying, If you want something, dress for it!
Bogged by the routine 9-5 lifestyle, don’t you agree we end up looking almost like we were repeating the same outfit everyday at work? The good old trouser or skirt, solid or pinstripe shirt and a formal bag.
Why do we forget, that we are the "privileged" section of society, blessed with all that beauty and charm. We are women, and we need to honour our being by looking awesome EVERYDAY.
Thankfully, over the years there has been a steady transition from business formals to casual formals and today’s COOL workspaces are giving us all the reason to dress up everyday. We need to just play it right with the latest trends, colours, patterns, and accessories and break that weekday monotony.
Here’s a guide to a “fashionable” week ahead.
Monday Hues: Beat those Monday Blues, with bright hues. Put on bright colours and jet-start your week. An interesting combination to try this fall is Crimson and pink or an orange and pink. Caution here though, by bright I don’t mean shocking!
Dressy Tuesday: Ditch the trousers and put on a dress. Points to be noted here: not too short, not too low, and not too figure hugging. This gingham dress layered with a Marsala cardigan worn belted is the perfect one for me. Its like a cocktail of three trending-chartbuster elements, served in one look.
Mid-week Wednesday: We have already reached mid-week, and you might have to head to an office party, or could need a drink or two, post office. Go for a midi or a pencil skirt and work the day to night, chic look.
Man-Up Thursday: Week’s about to end, and a target list still pinned up on the board? How about not already thinking about the weekend, and instead get the work done? Use the power-dressing weapon. Suit-Up in fall color’s and kick start the day.
Freaky Friday: Fridays are like the best days. Dress up or down, as per your wish. An interesting choice could be a suede or leather skirt. It's sure to up your friday night, glam quotient.
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