Deciding what to wear can be difficult. It can get especially overwhelming when there are so many various occasions. To take some of the stress away, you need to think about what the occasion calls for before pulling all your clothes out of your closet. Doing this will make the process quicker and smoother.
For an interview you want to keep in mind that you want them to remember you for your skills and potential. This is not the time to make a fashion statement. Be presentable, have your hair done and your makeup on, you will probably be dressed up more than anyone else in the office that day. Make sure that your skirt or dress is at your knees, and your top is completely covering you. The last thing you want is to have the interviewer to be focusing on what you’re wearing and not what you’re saying. Also, go ahead and lay your outfit out the night before your interview to insure that you will be on time.
Save your fashion statement for Saturday night! Saturday is the night everyone goes out, and it’s also the night that you want to be remembered for your outfit being on point. The outfit you choose can show every part of your personality, make it a statement of who you are. A great way to make the night memorable is feeling good about you, while having an amazing time. So go ahead and wear the new pumps you picked up last week with your favorite skirt.
Monday Morning Class
Sadly, Monday is going to come back to haunt you, and you’re going to have to get up for that 8am class you regret signing up for. The last thing you need to worry about is what to wear. As long as you get your shoes on the right foot, you’ll be good. The way I see it, is you’re paying for the class, so you should get to decide what you want to wear to it. No one is going to judge you for showing up in an oversized T-shirt and leggings for the fifth week in a row. The important part is that you showed up in the first place.
These are just a few of the hundreds of occasions that you would need to know what to wear. Make sure you plan ahead. It can be hard to figure out sometimes, so don’t be afraid to ask. If someone invites you to an event it is not a bad idea to ask if there is a dress code or theme. You’ll be glad you did when you don’t end up wearing a cocktail dress to a casual party.
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