Not the job you have!
You know what they say, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” While I can’t walk into the office with a pair of angel wings, non-Victoria’s Secret Angels wanna-be’s still have a shot! When you’re young, you get used to being asked what you want to be when you grow up. But why should that stop when you actually “grow up”? You don’t stop moving up in your career when you get your first-ever job. No matter how much you love your current job, there’s always a bigger job down the line that you’re keeping in mind, whether you’re itching for a major change or aiming to climb up the corporate ladder. The dressing part is the key because you work your best when you feel your best.
Here are 3 work looks, courtesy of Zara!
Long days of lectures on your feet and late nights of grading and editing call for an outfit that can keep up with your day’s demands. Keep it simple in the morning by throwing on a one-piece outfit: A fearless jumpsuit. Then finish it off with minimal accessories and a built-to-last loafer that won’t fall apart before final-exam week
CROPPED CREPE JUMPSUIT
You’ll likely be on your feet for long days on set, but still don’t want to look sloppy, so opt for a thick “grandma”-style heel that can last you the whole day through, along with a soft skirt and a stylish take on the work shirt. A big tote should come in handy for juggling scripts and running around town.
PLEATED SEMI-LONG SKIRT
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You don’t want your outfit to distract you or anyone from getting the job done, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still totally own the conference room. Sport comfortable yet polished wide-leg trousers and a pair of comfortable flats, and you can handle any issue that gets thrown your way over the course of the day.
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