Covid did a job! If you think you’re the only one struggling to get dressed in the morning, trust me my friend – you are not alone.
For months during Covid, we all lounged around in our stretch pants and sweats. No one was worried about their appearance and professional image. But now that it’s time to return to the office in some capacity, it suddenly feels like we’ve forgotten how to dress ourselves in the morning! Nevertheless – we’ve got to do something about it.
Here are the 3 main reasons why you’re struggling to get dressed in the morning, and what to do about it:
Your company’s dress code is more relaxed than before Covid, so you’re worried about feeling overdressed. Embrace the new normal! Purchase business separates (not suits!) in great seasonal colors, and combine them with neutral colored basic items to create amazing business casual looks for the season (think black, navy, grey, or brown).
Your body has changed due to weight gain/loss, and you don’t know how to dress to look your best anymore. Start by investing in neutral wardrobe basic bottoms and layering items in your current size. (Think slacks, pencil skirts, and dark denim with shell tops, blazers, and cardigans.) Make sure to choose items that can be worn year round! Bonus points if they’re affordable but still great quality, and are tailored to your current body. These items will serve as the foundation you need to create polished professional looks. Just add an updated top and shoes and before you know it, you’ll be ready to go!
Your closet is outdated, and you’re overwhelmed with where to start. Don’t hesitate to take the Polished ID™ Style Quiz now! Click HERE. All you have to do is answer few questions, and then you’ll be able to download your personalized step by step strategy to take control of your wardrobe. Get your professional image and style back on track today!
I hope this helps! And if you need a little more assistance, don’t hesitate to schedule a Style Chat by clicking HERE. In the meantime, check us out on social media (links below!). You’ve got this!