What Not To Wear To Your Office Holiday Party

What Not To Wear To Your Office Holiday Party
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If your office is throwing a holiday party for its employees, be sure to attend. This is a great way to get close to your colleagues and have fun with the people you spend the majority of your time with, without business being involved.

Even though your office is throwing a party, you still need to keep a certain level of appropriateness, seeing as it is a company function. I know this may seem like common knowledge to most, but believe me, a lot of women don’t understand these simple rules. Make sure, when attending your holiday party, which you are not wearing:

Cut-Out Dresses

I mean this is obvious. Stay appropriate and classy.

Anything That Shows Your Undergarments

I’m talking to you girl who loves the sheer trend.

A Mini Skirt

You don’t need to be pulling on your hemline or exposing anything you shouldn’t in front of heads of the office.

Shoes You Can’t Walk In

How embarrassing would it be if you fell in front of everyone you worked with for trying to be trendy in a pair of negative heels? Don’t.

Too Much Perfume

Some scents are certainly not office appropriate, and too much can make your boss gag when he or she are near you. Definitely avoid that.

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