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There’s no right answer here. What you wear to work also depends on what sector you work in. Some industries are more image-focused than others, so what is considered overdressed in one workplace setting might appear undressed in another work environment.
For my workplace, I wear business casual. Personally, I shop at Harry Rosen for the clothes, ALDO for the shoes, and Betty Hemmings for the accessories. All good reliable brands with a reasonable price range.
I want to emphasize the importance of fashion accessories. A pen, a watch, a briefcase – these simple items can enrich your overall outfit. For example, carrying a briefcase is a huge confidence builder from my experience. Just think: you walk into an office, you’re carrying a nice looking leather briefcase in your hand, you have some important documents inside. It will change your mindset. You’ll feel confident, you’ll feel important, and you’ll feel more relaxed knowing that you’re dressed to impress.
Hey, don’t feel embarrassed. We’ve all been there at some point in our lives. Starting your first day of work at your first job can be stressful and overwhelming. It’s understandable that you want to look your best and make first good impressions with your coworkers.
Most office environments should have a relaxed dress code. You shouldn’t have to get too dressed up for the office, but of course there are different dress codes for different workplaces. Did you go to the office for the interviews? Did you notice what the other people in the office were wearing? Just copy their style so you’ll blend right in.