Fall is an exciting time for working professionals. New projects are being launched, end-of-year evaluations are coming and it's only a couple of months until we are all in holiday spirit, so even though it might seem like 2020 is light years away, we only have a few more weeks to close the year with a bang.
It goes without saying that your fall outfits should not only reflect professionality and a go-getter spirit, but also be adapted to the change of the seasons. This, of course, doesn't mean that you need to purchase an entirely new wardrobe; you just need to find clever ways to make your existing clothes work double duty.
The key word for fall is layering. Not only does it make your outfits more complex and interesting, it gives you a chance to show off your styling abilities and, most of all, protects you from the inconsistent fall weather. Stock up on dress shirts in neutral colors - black, white and grey are your best bets - that you can wear under sweaters and jackets, and make sure you have enough of the aforementioned sweaters and jackets as well. Trench coats are your friend if you are looking for outerwear that will complement your elegant look instead of simply keeping you warm.
If you are not careful, all those fall layers can quickly add up and make you look heavier than you really are. If you like a streamlined silhouette, opt for slim fit shirts and invest in a few cashmere jumpers that will keep you warm without adding bulk.
Accessories are an easy and inexpensive way to update an outfit for the season ahead. Shoes, belts, wallets and jewelry made of dark colored leather are the best way to add a touch of fall/winter sobriety to your business looks.
With that being said, lighter colors are not off-limits either - it's all about balance and finding the right look for your personality. In other words, always choose what works for best for you.
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