Lately, I’ve been preoccupied with developing my office style. You may have guessed this if you read 3 ways to wear tricky trends to the office. I just love how clothes can help transform not only your mood, but also your brand.
My husband, who is well-versed in reading pointless articles online, recently read an article stating that the way you dress contributes to other’s perception of you. I remember learning this in a college course called ‘Psychology of Dress’ (I got my BS in Merchandising and Advertising- no bigs), but had swapped that knowledge for an appreciation for comfort once I joined the workforce.
It has been 5 years since I collected my diploma, but only recently can I say, I love the role I am in and the company I work for. Being excited to head to the office kinda, sorta makes me want to look a little good while I am there. (No tennis shoes allowed.)
This office ensemble features one the most comfortable and luxurious pieces of apparel I own: DVF trousers. These really make me feel as powerful and confident as I wish to always be. If you must know, I got them at Nordstrom Rack.