Women’s career in business only started hard about two centuries ago and then it was a bit of a struggle.
At first many women found it difficult to balance out their fashion sense with the industry they found themselves in and so they stuck to uniformed looks.
Uniformed looks are just putting together the same type of outfit combinations every single day and soon enough many women couldn’t stand to be seen in a uniformed look so they broke out.
The nineties was the time for high fashion, women went from a plain plaid suit to pant suits that had more colors. For deep professional environments colors like blue, black, deep red, deep green and white were favoured.
Even some certain safari styles jumpsuits were allowed and then came the early 2000’s where fashion went from an 80’s -90’s high to a low.
Later on that century (since we are still in the millennial) fashion began to pick up again in full force, this time leading to the awakening aka fashion evolution.
Now it’s not surprising that strong business environments have become even more lenient with their overall rule (when it comes to dressing).
While in times past it was frowned upon to accessorize using some type of jewellery, things are a little softer, the way we view professionalism is way different from before.
To be a dynamic fashion forward women takes a bit of thought and a lot of effort.
Knowing how to dress for a business situation is a skill that still requires balance; for one over dressing can be seen as trying too hard while under dressing might mean that you do not care about the job.
This goes to show that your look counts for a lot in the business world since perception has changed.
While you struggle to figure out a balance, here are a few samples to help motivate you; Dynamic Women Would Love These Corporate Outfit Ideas.