Office attire can sometimes be boring, feeling the same wardrobe over and over again. Who said that going to the office means dressing up to the rules on the book? Who wrote that book anyway and what exactly does it specify as "office attire?"
All photos taken by my handsome husband.
Office attire in my book is to be respectful to the person you are going to see in the office, to be respectful for their environment and to get business done without leaving any harsh, mysterious or luring feelings behind. So with this said, my office attire as a mother is to keep what God gave me underneath my garments without exposing too much of them, you know those tatas! Now a skirt is perfect and I love wearing them, but anything one inch above my knee I consider showing some thigh meat.
I like to dress chic, sophisticated, and well put together when I'm in the office without exposing what my husband likes to see. For instance, I love to layer so I layer, I add accessories and jewelry and I top the look with a hand band or a headpiece. Now that is chic and up to date trendy.
It's a problem I see more and more with office attire especially girls my age. It's a shame to think or believe that showing extra skin will raise you up one extra step on the ladder. To choose appearance over knowledge & experience is just not self fulfilling to me. Well, that's my moment, see you all on Wednesday and have a productive Monday! Cheers you beautiful glitsies!
Blouse: Live Life by Sanctuary
Vest: New York & Company
Pants: New York & Company
The post Office Attire first appeared on JuJu's Moments.