Dress for Suc­cess

9 things you should never ever wear to your work­place.

Woman's Era - - Short Story -

Don’t wear too much per­fume

Ev­ery­one loves to smell good, and so fra­grance plays a very vi­tal role in our pro­fes­sional life. Make sure your per­fume is not so loud. Af­ter all, you don’t want to get no­ticed be­fore en­ter­ing the work­place. Ad­di­tion­ally, there are many peo­ple who use per­fumes, tak­ing care of them, you should surely go with a light and good per­fume.

Dress ap­pro­pri­ately

Go­ing to of­fice is a big task in it­self and dress­ing up for it is an­other. Surely, we can­not wear any­thing and go to of­fice. We need to dress ap­pro­pri­ately for of­fice. Clothes that are sim­ple and pro­fes­sional should be on your top list. Avoid shim­mery and glossy clothes. Don’t try to be an at­ten­tion seeker try to look more sim­ple and sub­tle. Say a big NO to flip-flops

Yes, you can be lit­tle ca­sual but not so much that you just for­get about your work­place. Flip-flop is a big NO! You can some­times wear loafers or flats (ac­cord­ing to your at­tire) but don’t make flip-flops a part of your at­tire. That’s way too un­pro­fes­sional. It’s not go­ing to work there.

As­sess your work en­vi­ron­ment

If you are also one of them who can­not go with the of­fice norms, then choose an of­fice of your type. Yes, there are many work­places where you are al­lowed to be who you are. So, you can choose your type of work­ing en­vi­ron­ment and wear what­ever you want, whether it is ex­pos­ing, shim­mery, ca­sual, glossy or any­thing. For this, you just need to go through the work­ing en­vi­ron­ment be­fore you join.

Don’t be too ca­sual

You can sim­ply not wear your tees and py­ja­mas to your of­fice. Even if your work en­vi­ron­ment al­lows you to be lit­tle ca­sual, make sure you don’t cross the line. Avoid­ing t-shirts with of­fen­sive prints.

Avoid too much make-up

All of us love wear­ing make-up. And why not? But your work­place is not the right place for it. You can wear make -up, but it should be light. You don’t need to be flashy in the of­fice. Ap­ply­ing over make-up can get you a wrong im­pres­sion about you.

Dress­ing up ac­cord­ing to ev­ery­one

Wher­ever you go, be it your of­fice or any other place, peo­ple won’t spare you. This is a sad re­al­ity that we need to think about ev­ery­thing what peo­ple will say, what will they think, etc. So, this is one im­por­tant thing you should keep in mind and dress up for your of­fice. Be­cause we sim­ply can­not af­ford to give peo­ple a chance to point at our of­fice at­tire.

So­cial Re­spon­si­bil­ity Fo­rum (SRF), NMIMS is a stu­dent ini­tia­tive mak­ing ef­forts, tak­ing small steps and hop­ing that they cul­mi­nate into a big change, a change in the mind­set and the men­tal­ity of the so­ci­ety as a whole. We strive to make peo­ple re­alise that each one of them can help some­one, can in­spire some­one, and progress to­wards mak­ing this world a bet­ter place to live. The club has al­ways be­lieved that change does not take place overnight, in­stead we, as a team need to work to­wards it pas­sion­ately and fer­vidly.

AARAMBH, the flag­ship event of the club, is a 5km marathon held at Band­stand, Ban­dra, where peo­ple from the en­tire city come and par­tic­i­pate, and run for a cause. Ev­ery year, SRF ad­dresses a new so­cial prob­lem and be­lieves in com­ing up with so­lu­tions to erad­i­cate it and achieve its aim of a bet­ter world, thus giv­ing shape to its motto of ‘Dream. Be­lieve. Achieve’.

AARAMBH, this year, stood for the cause of Women Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion from Traf­fick­ing. This year SRF had col­lab­o­rated with APNE AAP WOMEN’S COL­LEC­TIVE (AAWC), an NGO that ac­tively aims to pro­vide a car­ing and sup­port­ive plat­form of whole­some ser­vices to help women, girls and chil­dren in the Red Light Area of Ka­math­ipura to make choices for a dig­ni­fied and bet­ter qual­ity life.

SRF is proud to present the win­ners of the marathon- In the male cat­e­gory-swap­nil (1st Fin­isher), Kan­ti­lal (2nd Fin­isher) and Ak­shay Aland (3rd Fin­isher). In the fe­male cat­e­gory, Var­sha Bhavari (1st Fin­isher), Meenakshi Patil (2nd Fin­isher) and Aish­warya Mishra (3rd Fin­isher).

ALL OF US LOVE WEAR­ING MAKE-UP. AND WHY NOT? BUT YOUR WORK­PLACE IS NOT THE RIGHT PLACE FOR IT. YOU CAN WEAR MAKE -UP, BUT IT SHOULD BE LIGHT. YOU DON’T NEED TO BE FLASHY IN THE OF­FICE. AP­PLY­ING OVER MAKE-UP CAN GET YOU A WRONG IM­PRES­SION ABOUT YOU. Aarambh – For A Cause

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