Having trouble picking out what to wear to the office? Focusing in on the colors of your wardrobe will not only help you narrow down your options for the day, but will also benefit your career in the long run. How you might ask? Color can affect our own moods as well as the moods of others. So, be sure to wear colors that will affect you positively!
Here are some great examples of dress colors from LadyBossBloggerShop that you should wear to work:
According to Business Insider, brown is "the color of stability, brown is also seen as masculine. If you're a woman in a predominantly male workplace, wearing a chocolate brown [dress] can give you credibility." If you don't have these characteristics naturally, then wearing brown is so important.
For work, we recommend this dress with a white blazer-- especially during these summer months!
SIZES: S - 2XL
Believe it or not, when wearing green to a workplace, some of the subconscious thoughts and feelings your coworkers may have include profit, as well as "go get 'em." This makes sense, don't you think? Money is green and green means go! So to ensure your success at work, try out some green.
For this outfit, wear some natural makeup, curled hair, and a fresh manicure!
SIZES: S - XL
You won't be feeling blue in this dress! Blue, in the office, actually resembles truth and wisdom, according to Business Insider. "It also has a calming effect and is linked to intellect." So if you have a lot of talk around the water cooler, "blue is a great color to wear to counteract the tension."
We think this dress is perfect as is, so don't add too many accessories. Perhaps, try a pair of pleather, dark brown, pointed-toe heels.
SIZES: M - 2XL
Black-- elegant and serious. Is there any other color more perfect for work? Because black is also a neutral color, you can pair it with any of the other colors above to have the perfect ensemble!
For this frock, a structured bag will pair perfectly with the structured suit-like fit of this dress.
SIZES: S - XL
Want to know what colors you shouldn't wear? Or the colors you should use as accents? Let us know below in the comments!
Claire Erickson is currently a blogging intern at LadyBossBloggerShop.com. Claire has just returned from studying abroad at the London College of Fashion and will finish her senior year studying retail merchandising back at her home university – University of Minnesota (Twin Cities). She will graduate in the spring of 2020 and is looking forward to having a future in buying, trend research, or planning. Besides Lady Boss Blogger, Claire’s favorite blog is Diet Prada!