5 Myths of Professional Look

There are still some myths associated with that use (or not) a professional look. Is that a blazer is always more professional than a windbreaker? The ganga and the shoes are suitable for the job? And is there any rule for the amount of colors or printed using the same visual?
The good news is that fashion tends to follow the trend of the times and, consequently, the habits and behaviors of new generations. Therefore, the dress code (dress code) of the companies has also been evolving and becoming less rigid. However, if you work in a company to adopt a more formal and conservative style, know that there are some restrictions on the type level of parts, models and materials you can use. Always follow the guidelines of your company, but without forgetting that you can always give your personal touch.
5 myths associated with a professional look fashion, but will it catch?

  1. A blazer is more professional than a fur coat

The leather jacket is a classic and an excellent alternative to the traditional blazer. Invest in more simple models and thinner skin (natural or synthetic), if you want a more elegant look. Since the perfecto model, right zipper cutting, the most secured, the leather jacket is a versatile fashion Basic. Can be used with both jeans and t-shirt with a shirt and pencil skirt or a structured dress. In addition to the typical black or camel jacket, you can bet on other tones to a more modern look.

  1. The ganga is not suitable for a professional look

If you work in a more formal environment, the jeans will not be part of your dress code professional. But in the case of more informal businesses, the jeans can be a comfortable and practical option. Try combining a denim shirt with more classical pieces, such as a pencil skirt or a pair of straight cut, to look more elegant and less sporty. Or, use some jeans with a jacket or trench coat. Avoid just really tight jeans models, with frayed hems, faded, with tears or very details, opting for simpler lines and classic, as well as darker shades.

  1. Do not use more than two colors in a visual work

It is true that very vivid colors and large contrasts can distract the attention, but the secret is in the balance. In fact, the neutral tones are ideal for the Foundation of your wardrobe, by allowing greater possibilities for conjugations, but the colors are important to give more life and brighten up your look. A good example of how you can use three colors, discreetly, is resorting to accessories such as a belt, shoes, necklace or scarf, which occupy less visual space are not much in evidence.

  1. Never mix patterns

Combine patterns can be an exercise in creativity. If you prefer more discrete combinations, mixing two patterns in the same color or black and white (with polka dots or stripes chess) can be a good option, even in more formal working environments. If you like a more dashing, then bet in two different tones, patterns like stripes and flowers, with a dominant color in common, cause more impact, especially if working in artistic and creative areas.

  1. The shoes are expropriated if you want to pass a professional image

It is a fact that in companies with a more formal dress code , the use of tennis is not allowed, but in a more casual environment this type of footwear is well taken. In fact, there are many brands that feature this type of footwear on trend colours or printed. Avoid only the sports models and bet in simple formats, discrete and without many details ( Slip On), which resemble the shoes, semi-formal environments. The tennis whites are one of the trends, but the big challenge is to keep them clean.