Women who work outside of the home are often challenged with selecting appropriate yet appealing clothing for the work week. Our work locations vary: executive, business casual, or casual. Therefore, finding clothing that aligns with work expectations yet representing our personal taste is important.
My work environment is mostly business casual. It's dressy without the suit, and casual without the jeans. Therefore, there's a lot of room for interpretation. For the most part, I linger around this dressy casual genre. I don't want to appear too relaxed nor too dressy.
Here's the tricky part, my closet is a hodge-podge of everything. It is neatly arranged by color: blouses, jeans, pants, and jackets. I fold my shirts. I feel that I have a decent amount of clothes, but I could always use more. However, I wear the same work outfits, over, and over, and over, and over. Why? Procrastination and preparation.
Before I leave the house, my bedroom is a mess because I am hunting for something to wear.
It's frustrating to say the least.
BEG ask, how do you prepare your work outfits for the week? I want to be fashionable all week and not look like an overworked and underpaid middle manager (because I'm not).