As more people head back to the office, they may not be able to rely anymore on their work wardrobe from more than two years ago.
Their tastes or size may have changed during the pandemic, or their company might have amended expectations around professional attire.
Maria Vizuete, a former stock analyst and the founder of fashion blog MiaMiaMine.com, suggests spending a few days back at your office before you start buying new clothes.
Many companies are revising their dress code expectations, and you may discover that the jeans and sneakers you’ve been living in are now acceptable in the office.
“To see if the shift has occurred at your office, pay attention to how management is dressing, or strike up a conversation with your manager,” Vizuete said.