To feel good, you need to look good. Wearing the right dress at an event has proven to boost self-confidence and release feel-good hormones in your brain. Everyone knows how confidence can affect your personality and interaction with others in a positive way. However, every event has a distinct dress code, which, if you don’t abide by, will do the opposite of your personality.
This raises the question of what to wear at a specific event because, admittedly, dress codes are very complicated to understand. For someone as self-conscious as I am, it will take a whole hour to think which suit or dress to wear at an event. Dress codes are guilty of sounding similar yet being so subtly different, which makes it so appealing.
Fancy parties aside, even work has a distinct dress code that you must follow to remain professional in your workplace. There have been a number of cases where people are fire from their job for not being appropriately dressed at their workplace. Your office dress shouldn’t have to be boring, but you can add a touch of modern fashion to it, not too fancy but in a subtle way. That’s how you will be able to follow the dress code of your workplace while not looking boring and dull.
If you are still confused about the dress code, take a detailed look at this infographic that will give you an insight into the different types of dress codes and what to wear and what not to wear in the workplace.