Fashion reveals a part of our personalities before we even introduce ourselves, and it develops and changes as we grow. It is pieces of who we are and who we wish we were, as well as people we admire and want to emulate.
After the global pandemic, we learn to live again, differently. Major companies announced employees can work remotely long term, and corporate fashion has now become a casual-corporate or so-called PJ-corporate.
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Times have changed, most people work from home and don’t feel the need to dress up like before. Whether you wake up late and have no time to shower or do your makeup before clocking in, get into a zoom meeting, or feel that it's a waste of time to make the effort when no one sees you anyways. Whatever is that you are feeling each morning, I support you to let go of it and push yourself to get ready.
It will lift your spirits, and work will become a lot more satisfying if you look well put together.
It will be a good reason to get out of the house after you clock out and meet some friends, have dinner, or a cocktail. All because you are all ready to go!
The beauty of it is that you can get more creative with your corporate wardrobe and implement casual elements you have been missing for so long. Jeans with your perfect black blazer? It sounds perfect!
Lately, I have been asked by friends and acquaintances where do I find the motivation to get ready in the morning, especially now that I work for myself?
Here are a few tricks:
Wake up 30 minutes earlier & on your first alarm!
Take a cold shower in the morning. It benefits your health and wakes you up.
Get ready before making yourself a coffee.
Wear more casual rather than comfy and cozy lounge apparel. Get creative!
Remember that you owe it to yourself to look good and feel good.