Attire can make or break your day regardless of who you are;
house help, student, tout..(I run out of examples) or like me, if you’re at the
start of your career.
The shift from campus-work place can be quite daunting
especially in ‘freedom of clothing’.
I, however, think it can be done and one can still express
their style albeit with their work dress code in mind, without necessarily raising
eyebrows in the wrong areas or at worst, getting fired. I’m not sure though, I
intend to find out.
This blog is my forum as I seek to hone my skills in the
corporate world not just in attire but etiquette, ethics, getting/closing
business deals and many more I will/might discover as I grow and advance up the
ladder(*winks* to my superiors) in the corporate world.
Join me as I start my journey/ adventure (praying it’s more
of the latter) in the corporate world.
Ps..Here are a few unedited
(very human) pics (the ones I managed to find) of my looks(In no particular order) from my days in campus; some were good,
others down right shady and others, well, lets not go there..,
|At Panari..ice skating with a dear friend:)|
|NO WORDS..God help me avoid such travesty at work!|
|..OMG!!! That was not my bed..I swear! +that is no gele:0|
|I keep this to remind me I used to have balanced waist:hip ratio|
|ONLY time I ever "gotad"/fisted anything/anyone|
|I loved touching her belly..and the baby always kicked whenever I did:)|
|At a wedding in school.|
|Once upon a time I got into a fight, my lip hang and my eye was bruised..lol. (sic..I fell down, gazed my poor eye )|
Finally, this is what I presently look like
|Experimenting with lipstick:)| i.e. the body i'll be dressing to work..out with the short skirts/ dresses and/ or ill-fitting pants and in with 'Brit-length' acceptable trends:)