5 Things People Have To Stop Wearing To Work

14 Jun

Thought Catalog



One of the things I’ve learned since graduating and transitioning from college student to full time “professional” is that not everything in your wardrobe can make that transition with you. When you’re trying to fly under the radar as a 20 something year old who may or may not be sure of what the hell they’re doing, nothing screams “I might be a fuck up!” like some of the outfits I’ve seen on my peers thus far. Fake it ‘til you make it baby! But in the meantime, you might not be dressing the part…

1. Leggings as pants. Don’t get me wrong, I know our collective love for leggings knows no bounds and I even kind of forget how I got through life prior to leggings making their way back into my wardrobe. However, I can almost guarantee your boss and co-workers aren’t going to enjoy you showing up…

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