THE CHIC LOOKS YOU CAN PULL OFF TO WORK THIS WEEK

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Hey Lovelies

On Sunday you find yourself asking the regular question. what would I wear to work? Even though there are a bunch of clothes staring at you, you are till lost on what to wear. Its a regular issue to find yourself stuck and depending on what type of organisation you find yourself in, the choices can move from right to wrong in an instant depending on the piece you add or take off.

Ignoring the fact that 55% of companies all over the world have a dress code would be a big mistake, especially if you are a newbie. Some of this companies are very strict and particular about the way their staffs dress to work, therefore they always have the HR personals look out for defaulters. Nevertheless if you find yourself in any work environment there is no need to fret as you can still look chic all you need to do is figure out where the organization falls into in the list below;

  1. Business formal
  2. Business Professional
  3. Business Casual
  4. Causal

These four categories are the categories that are typical for all organizations so it would be easier to stick close to the basic so that you wouldn’t break any rules. Below are some of our select choices, we think they meet the standard of the above categories of work environment wears.

Business Formal

Vera Babs

Vera Babs

Folake

Folake

Business Professional

Tracy

Tracy

Karen Kane

Karen Kane

Business Casual

Nana

Nana

Pattern

Pattern

Casual

Stella

Stella

Claire Sulmers

Claire Sulmers

The above are chic styles you can pull off to work this week, do you have any suggestions or questions? Kindly leave your comments and questions in the comment section below.

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