On Tuesday, we provided examples of how to dress if you work as a creative. Today, we want to offer women who are: scientists, doctors, professors, marketing professionals, interpreters, admissions officers, clinical coordinators, guidance counselors, nonprofit program directors, project managers, etc who generally work in business casual environments some ideas for what to wear to work.

Your dress must be more conservative than a creative's, but you can still wear patterns (limit animal print), bright colors when anchored by neutrals like gray, brown, white, and black. Make sure all of your clothing is finished, pressed and shoes polished--no frayed edges, rips, wrinkles or scuffs. Keep hemlines no higher than six inches above your knee. TIP: Wearing the same color or color family head to toe as pictured below is slimming.

For footwear, a three to four inch pump or lower is your best friend, but you can get away with wearing open toe sandals as well. For color, keep your pumps conservative colors. You may wear flat sandals in almost any color you desire, though we caution against metallics and neons. Speaking of accessories, notice the Celine tote Miranda Kerr is carrying? We recommended it a few months ago as one of many work suitable totes.
Have trouble matching work separates in your wardrobe? Need guidance on suit selection? Contact us. We'll guide you through selecting the best work outfits for you from pieces already in your closet or shopping for new items. We'll tailor a plan according to your preferences, needs and budget. StW Service Listing

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