I’m in NYC on a work trip, and oh my… This city it’s just incredible, full of energy, and commotion, truly the city that never sleeps.
On the go to my meeting close by Time Square, I decided to take some shots to showcase my lovely reader’s an example of a winter “business attire.” In my opinion it’s important to keep it fashionable without breaking the guidelines of appropriate business attire.
In the world of business, first impressions count just as much as your experience and ability. What you wear and how you present yourself communicates an impression before you even have a chance to speak.
What you wear for an interview or career meetings is likely to differ from your day-to-day business attire. When you dress in business formal attire, you should dress to impress. Business formal attire is an upgrade from your normal day-to-day professional outfits.
My suggestion is to have in mind the type of company you are approaching, and consider the company culture. Fashion will always translate well by wearing conservative clothing to portray your self in a professional manner. Wear little to no jewelry; you would not want to distract the attention to an accessory that will sparkle more than you. Add your personal taste; after all, you also want to give a little description of your personality without having to speak about it. Make it your own, and make sure you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing, this is very important, as it will give you the confidence you need to portray in order to succeed..!!
Wool Coat and Jersey Turtleneck by BcbgMaxAzria, Skirt by JVN by Jovani, Shoes by Kenneth Kole, Fur clutch by BcbgMaxAzria.