Let me share the complete article that I’ve written for our company’s online article.
Hello people! I’m Mina (by legal documents i am Romina Olarte) one the Silver City Trainers. I am very happy to be sharing my love for writing here on our online journal (you can also get a read from my blog whoisrominaolarte.wordpress.com)
I write about random thoughts that can also be yours or was once yours. But my love for writing has the same level with my passion for Fashion. I always believe that “Fashion is an unspoken introduction of who you are as a person , It is one’s identity.
When I was given the chance to have my own section and write about my how to’s , reviews and tips about fashion, I thought about sharing my insight about the Do’s and Dont’s and Must Try in dressing up in a BPO company. I am hoping that this can be beneficial specifically with my colleagues here in Results. Everyone can be a Fashionista on their own. And quite frankly, besides from the people in the high society and fashion events, Most of the people with the most style and outrageous statement can be found from the people who are about to get home when the clock hits 7. And I’m talking about the lads and gals from different Call Center companies. You have to admit that going to work with whatever you want to put on is one of the best things or should I say “bonuses” in your work. I mean c’mon been dressing alike with your classmate for the entire middle school and its about time to dress up that will still incorporate with the company’s standard dress code. You don’t want to go to work looking like KeSha.
Freedom of what to wear is blissful but too much is obsolete.
We all want to dress in whatever manner we wanted and i know that being comfortable is the main priority when picking on what to wear prior to their shift (minutes and real time for the BOYS , hours and planned over the weekend for the GIRLS) but sometimes being too comfy can also cause a violation to the standard. I guess the worst comment that you’ll receive from your team mate or work mate is “Nasa Bahay lang teh?”
We are lucky enough in not being reprimanded to wear long sleeves and blazers 5 days a week, but it would be best if we can also dress in a way that will be looked up by the others. Every day we are not just going to work for the sake of money , friends and hangouts after shift, but on our way and journey to work we are also representing our company with the way we present ourself and how outside people are seeing us as their employees and associates. SMART CASUAL would have to be the safest way to describe on how one should look like.
This post is not to encourage everyone to spend more on their clothing and flash their OOTD’s with branded clothes and shoes ( you know the term “CONYO” look has got to go) but how to mix and match whatever you have in your closet.
You can always mix and match and previous outfit that can help you survive fashionably in 1 week!
So there you have it! Hopefully this will inspire each and every one that being stylish is not just with the clothing you have on but the confidence that will make you stood from the rest. Remember, Always be yourself and make sure that by the end of the day you’ll be comfortable and happy once you look into the mirror. Convince yourself first that it’s your fashion statement because if you don’t know one would.