The Must-follow Workwear Edit
A spiffily dressed working professional is always a pleasant sight, but it doesn’t just take sharp suits and formals to make your mark at office. Most workplaces have their own dress codes, but we at Max Fashion have developed our own guide to office dressing. Comfort goes hand in hand with style, all without breaking any HR rules. Max Fashion’s chic and confident line of Western and Indian ensembles is perfect for your 9-to-5 schedule and will even do double duty in the hours after. From classic shirt-and-trouser combos to understated ethnic wear, here’s a work uniform for every dress code. Make your wardrobe work as hard as you do!
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Can dressing up make you a better professional? Absolutely! Studies show that dressing well can have a positive impact on the work environment, professional mood and your overall growth. Max Fashion’s workwear recommendations keep style, comfort and professionalism in mind offering a variety of formal and smart casual ensembles to choose from. Take your cues from our office wardrobe lessons to amp up your style résumé.
Whether you are heading to a lunch meeting or chasing deadline, crisp separates make their mark – think wrinkle-free trousers, sleek fitted shirts and muted accessories. Micro-prints and checks make a dapper statement at office.
Dresses and separates (especially a pristine white shirt) score well at work. Look for curve-flattering fits and ditch loud prints in favour of minimal motifs.
Think Indian wear is too elaborate for office? Not really! Minimal churidars and salwar sets make for elegant alternatives to Western separates. Swap flared heavy embellishments with roomy cuts and prints that are easy-on-the-eye.
A Nehru jacket in a neutral hue adds an ethnic touch to conventional shirt-and-trouser ensembles while Indian-inspired motifs give office dresses a fusion twist.
As you make your way from Monday to the end of the week, the happy feeling takes over your closet too.
Most offices follow a smart casual code on the last day of the working week. Get your denim (but no distressed jeans, please) and polo-neck tees out of the wardrobe. Chic printed dresses and separates suit the easy mood of the day. Bonus: You can go from desk to dinner in an instant!