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    Laurie Calkins
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Fashion in the Workplace

As much as I hate to say it, appearance does matter, especially in the workplace. If you want people to notice you for your work, you need to promote yourself in a professional behavior. I have always loved dressing up in professional attire. Whenever I have to give a speech at school, or attend a workshop, the first thing that pops up into my head is “What am I going to wear?” I always love to show my personality no matter what function I am at.

Whether it be at the mall, or the workplace, I love to spice up my outfit a bit.

At this point in my life, aswell as other twenty somethings, trying to figure out what the hell they want to do with their life, I am used to sweatpants, skinny jeans, yogas, and the usual college contort clothing. But once you reach the professional world of having a real life job, yes, a real life job, you need to switch things up a bit and show a bit of your mature side. I am not saying completely hide your personality. That is the exact opposite from what I want you to do, but there is always a way to show your personality while still staying appropriate to the conditions in the workplace.

In order to stay true to your specific style, you must mesh the two together, and it may seem hard at first, but with practice you will find the specific style you are looking for in the workplace environment.

For myself, I like the professional look of clean lines in a blazer mixed with the bold color blocking of hot new trends this 2015.

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This fellow fashionista manages to stay true to her own personal style while still managing to stay sophisticated for the work environment. This would be a great outfit for a meetingandyou are trying to show that you are independent, ready to work, but still can have a sense of fun in your personality. I am in absolutely love with this adorable outfit, and love how she put it all together.

Another style that I love, and may be more on the wild side, is when you incorporate different textures and prints to your professional style. Of course, this might be a more laidback workplace, but it really creates a more open and creative environment.

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This girl looks adorable in her metallic cheetah print tailored pants paired with a long blazer and silk white top. She tones down the pants with the basic colors on the top half. I love this outfit for a night out for drinks with your coworkers!

I think that today, when fashion has created a freedom of expression, we need to shy away from the boring black slacks and button up rut because we all look the same.

Hopefully I see you all showing off your professional, yet sophisticated, style this 2015!

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    Laurie Calkins
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