5 Ways to Improve Your Pro-fesh Style

Posted on May 04 2017

1. K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple, Stupid! Chances are, you’ve seen or heard of this acronym. Not only is this great advice in the business world, it’s also something to live by when filling your closet! Simple, elegant pieces like these are important because you can wear them a million ways with a million different accessories. In every season, for every meeting and presentation.

Julie modeling white long sleeve top

model wearing light pink long sleeve top with crochet details

model wearing dusty blue long sleeve top

model wearing white long sleeve top with neck tie detail

2. A Modern Piece of Jewelry. These earrings scream sophistication. They’ll add a pop of personality to every outfit.

Triangle Earrings

Diamond Shaped earrings

3. An Unexpected Layer. Like these. Vests, kimonos, and jackets are great ways to breathe new life into an outfit you’ve had for a while.

model wearing black blazer with gold beading embellishments

model wearing light pink flowy vest

model wearing denim blazer

model wearing floral kimono

4. Dress for Success… In a dress! I rarely wear dresses to work, but when I do I just feel mentally present. Something about it makes me perform better than my usual pants days. Maybe you should test out my theory with one of these!model wearing short sleeve teal dress
model wearing white shift dress with embellishments
model wearing light blue shift dress
5. Be a Crazy Bag Lady. Or at least switch out your purse every once in a while. I know, all of your stuff is already in “Ole’ Faithful”, the bag you’ve been carrying around since you bought it two years ago. But if you switch it up from week to week you might find you like the change!

black bag with gold chain and strap detail

gray suede envelope purse with gold chain

pastel colors tweed purse with gold chain

If you want to share your professional style with us, leave a comment below!


Until next time,

The Article and Thread Team

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