With spring comes fun colors, different silhouettes, and of course, new trends! It can be intimidating to find a place to start regarding how the new season will affect your professional look. So, I’m here to teach you how to master power-dressing with four wardrobe items. Of course, it is important to stay looking professional, effortless, and polished, but that doesn’t mean you have to stick to the status quo!
Some of us are transitioning back into the office, while others are going in a few times a week or still working 100% remotely. Whatever the case, it is still important to show up as the best version of yourself. For those women who are still working from home, check out my 5 Ways to Look Your Best on Zoom.
As successful women, “power dressing” should come naturally to us. However, it is a skill that takes practice and requires intention. If you are unsure where to start for the spring season, I am here for YOU!
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Adding a couple of colorful blazers to your wardrobe is a great way to add a pop of color to your outfit and screams spring. Picking your two favorite spring colors is guaranteed to boost your mood as well as elevate your look.
A midi skirt is a universally flattering silhouette that every woman should look to add to her spring wardrobe. It also serves as a great transition piece for going into summer. It is easy to dress up or down, so perfect for those casual Fridays at the office.
Gone are the days when you just needed a white button down shirt. Instead, try a button up with unique detail to add some elevation to your outfit. That can be an oversized sleeve or a fun decorative collar.
It is important to have a functional bag with the working woman’s many hats. It is essential to have a bag that fits your lifestyle and can keep you on track and organized. Adding a bag with a different shape can add some spice to your outfit.
It is important to assess your current wardrobe at the beginning of every season as a best practice. Doing so will allow you ample time to shop and have your wardrobe edited and ready to go.