Must Haves For A Woman’s Corporate Look

TalkShop corporate look tipsLooks are important in the workplace where one has to project the professional image. Indeed, looks can make or break you. Not only is it essential to make a good impression, get the promotion, or ace the interview, it also helps boost one’s confidence, seal deals, and win the respect of superiors and peers.

What is the right corporate look for women? Does one have to splurge for the right image? How does one manage with the changing fashion trends? Sheila Viesca, Talkshop CEO advises, “The aim is to look neat, well-groomed, and professional. One does not have to spend his entire month’s paycheck to assemble a stylish wardrobe. Stick with these essentials for a stylish, streamlined look:

1. A good quality, white shirt. Have a white shirt that can take you anywhere. Don on a blazer to make it more formal.

2. A good fitting white top or blouse. Classic is best so you never go out of style.

3. A pair of jeans, medium to dark in clean wash. Do away with the frayed, tattered look that is best for weekends. Shabby is never chic at the workplace, or any place for that matter.

4. A little black dress that lends an hourglass silhouette. Wear simply for day and accessorize for cocktails and parties.

5. A black blazer for meetings. Make sure that the look is tailored and the fit is comfortable in case you have to wear it all day.

6. A statement necklace to jazz up your look for parties. Pair this with conservative earrings to ensure the decent look.

7. Comfortable pumps in black, as well as in you color preference. Choose a comfortable fit that will take you till evening.

8. Structured bag to complete your look. Choose the right size based on the regular items that you usually bring to meetings and various corporate engagements.

9. Accessories to include earring studs, a watch, ring, bracelets, and necklaces. Do not go overboard. Wearing three accessories at a time is best. Avoid chunky pieces that create noise and distraction.

10. Scents for day and night. Use sparingly. Remember less is more.

Viesca adds, “These key pieces will allow a working woman to mix and match items with other pieces in her wardrobe. Be creative by applying variety. Be professional by adhering to decency.

www.talkshop.ph | (632) 894-5588 | “Image Enhancement and Wardrobe Makeover”

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Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO and Director of Communication, took up Bachelor of Arts in Literature, pursued Master's degrees in Entrepreneurship and Economics, and completed her Doctorate in Applied Cosmic Anthropology. She designed the Philippines' Language Competency Benchmark for the Department of Education and pioneered Integrated Language Teaching (ILT) in workshop designs and corporate communication training. You can follow her on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIN


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