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THIS Is How To Dress At Work

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    Sometimes, people falsely assume that work clothes should be less chic than off-duty attire. But, considering you likely spend the majority of your time at the office, that notion seems more than a little counterintuitive. Dressing your best at your 9-to-5 might not be as important as wowing at your Monday morning presentation — but why not do both?

    You needn't update your entire closet to achieve that coveted cool-coworker status. A few punchy purchases — think quirky specs, raffia flats, and new-wave florals — will do the trick. Ahead, we're sharing our fashion know-how and serving up 25 purchases that’ll work wonders for your on-the-job style. It’s time to promote your wardrobe.

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