Studies show that people perform better at work and get more attention when they dress in clothing that makes them feel professional and confident, so never underestimate the power of incredible clothing.
This doesn’t mean you have to rock a pantsuit every day (or any day if you don’t want to), but if you want to excel and stand out in the corporate world, dressing to impress is key. And we’re not just talking about impressing other people: you should dress to impress yourself most of all! After all, true style stems from confidence, and if you’re not feeling great about what you’re wearing, the lack of enthusiasm will show.
A few key pieces are fundamental to your wardrobe: a couple of beautiful dresses that can go from desk to dinner with a few simple accessory tweaks. Two or three fitted jackets that can be slipped on and off to take your look from casual to formal in mere seconds. A comfortable and tailored pair of pants and a stunning skirt that look as good with a pair of heels as they do sneakers. And a flowy blouse that can be tucked into those tailored pants or worn with jeans on the weekend.