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On business at work: 7 things you shouldn’t wear in the office, even if you don’t have a dress code

On business at work: 7 things you shouldn’t wear in the office, even if you don’t have a dress code
On business at work: 7 things you shouldn’t wear in the office, even if you don’t have a dress code

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Dress code is a minor detail that separates fashionistas from office workers. By the way, many people explain this quite seriously at the proposal stage, because fashion should always come first. Where else can I take all the trendy items purchased after watching the next show? That’s right, only to work. After all, unfortunately, there are only two days off.

In fairness, it is worth noting that many companies are now abandoning dress codes and giving their employees freedom of choice in clothing. We are sure that this has greatly facilitated the life of those who previously had to update their office wardrobe several times a year, spending a fair amount of money.

By the way, not so long ago we talked about the rules of business dress code, which can be violated because they are hopelessly outdated. And today we have prepared a list of things that you should not wear in the office, even if the company does not have a specific corporate style.


Short top

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Some summer days are so hot that you just want to sit in an air-conditioned room, drink an iced latte, and not go out until the evening. Also, wear the lightest clothes possible, like tops. We even did a feature a few days ago where we talked about trendy summer styles. True, if you spend most of your time in the office, you should forget about them. Still, a bare stomach is not a story that should be published at work. Even if you don’t have a dress code.


Micro shorts

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Micro shorts are the main trend of this summer and they appeared on the catwalk not on social networks thanks to influencers, but thanks to the collective unconscious of the design studio. We saw trendy (and very short) models on the fashion shows of brands such as Gucci, Diesel, Saint Laurent and many others. However, this thing is not suitable for the office in any way, even if the management encourages the absence of a dress code. Micro shorts can look provocative and inappropriate in the workplace. Therefore, we recommend replacing them with Bermuda shorts or capris.


Sweatpants

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When it’s cold outside, you usually don’t want to leave the house, and when it comes to work, the reluctance doubles. To everything else, a hated jacket, an annoying pencil skirt and a depressive state are added. But even then, you can’t “just choose to be happy” and wear sweatpants or joggers to work. This product is designed for fitness, running and other active activities. Therefore, in this image in the office you will look a little strange.


Transparent things

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Transparent blouses, skirts and tops are a big trend for the spring-summer season. We see them on the catwalks, in campaigns, on the streets and in social media feeds. Street style heroes and fashion influencers show us innovative styling techniques almost every day. But when it comes to office clothes, you should forget about transparent things. Of course, all the attention will be focused on you, but it is unlikely to be positive. If you want to wear something elegant, opt for satin skirts or fitted blouses.


Extremely low-waisted trousers

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Even if the aesthetic trend of the 2000s is starting to fade, fashion influencers still rock low-rise jeans and trousers. The reasons are obvious: this model advantageously emphasizes the waist and makes the image sexier. True, pants on the hips will look strange in an office context. Especially in combination with a top above. Therefore, we recommend opting for medium-waist trousers.


Corset

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You should also forget about corsets and corset tops until the end of the workday. Of course, this item looks very sexy, but it will be read as strange as possible in the workplace. It can be likened to coming to a noisy party in a classic suit.


Cycling shorts

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Bike shorts are still a must-have for the summer. They look great with long sleeves, T-shirts, tank tops and shirts. But since it’s still sporty, you shouldn’t wear them to work. It’s best to swap bike shorts for capris.

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