How to wear jeans in the workplace


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On every Casual Friday, you will see a number of employees failing to make a good impression on their colleagues and superiors, as they turn up rather sloppily to office. Casual Fridays are a great excuse to dress in an elegant trendy manner. More often than not, you are likely to wear a pair of jeans to work on these days. Here’s a guide to getting the perfect casual chic jeans look for your workplace.

Jeans of any color can be worn to work as long as they are not tattered and torn. You are unlikely to look smart in ill fitting jeans so ensure that your jeans fits you perfectly. If you want to create an image of being fashion forward and yet well put together, try combining a dark wash jeans with a black women’s boyfriend blazer made from leather.

Don’t like the idea of wearing a jacket to office on Friday? Opt for a fashionable J Crew cardigan. Ideally when you are dressed in separates, try to wear complementary colors such as a light colored pant with light jacket, blazer or cardigan. Feminine women’s silk shirts or blouses with pretty details are a great way to add a touch of glamor to your jeans. Opt for a button down shirt or prairie cotton tshirts for a more formal appearance.

Stylish shoes will add to the overall look of your outfit. Carry a purse that complements your clothes and shoes. Remember to wear accessories that match your outfit. Simple classic pieces of jewelry are likely to make a favorable impression.

Casual Fridays are perfect for you to show that you know how to dress appropriately and in style!

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