How To Put An Office Assistant Outfit Together

 

How To Put An Office Assistant Outfit Together

Office assistants handle organizational and clerical support tasks. This may include organizing files, scheduling appointments, writing copy, proofreading, receiving guests and more, depending on the company you work for and the tasks they may give you. Because of the positions responsibility and many tasks you may perform threw out the day, you should be dressed to accommodate your role. If you are running errands you will need comfortable shoes, if you are meeting guest you should have on attire that fits your company standards.

#1 The first thing you should do is put your outfit together based on your company rules. Look around the office what is the dress code and tone.

You don’t want to wear jeans in a law firm unless its Friday and its okay with your boss. You don’t want to wear a bank attire at a hair salon.

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#2 Pick out pieces you can afford and pieces that fit you well. And Get basic pieces that can be used in many outfits for your wardrobe.

like a white blouse, black dress pants, that all-purpose black dress.

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You don’t want to buy expensive blouses and shoes for a summer intern or for a part-time job. If it is temporarily then don’t break your bank account.

Make sure your clothes fit and look tasteful on you. Don’t be afraid to try colors and patterns in traditional office dress.

3. Express your personality, stand out from your peers. Your talent, skills, and knowledge should accommodate you of course. So let them be noticed.

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4. Keep a professional look in your hair, and makeup.

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