Everyone should have a style to reflect their personality. Still, it also has to make sense in your field of work and your lifestyle, what part of the world you live in, your city, and transportation mode in your community. Your wardrobe should represent your vision and creativity but also be tailored to your lifestyle. Consider the persona you want to present to the world.
Adding a few bright and appropriate professional pieces for for a corporate environment. Or, if your career is in fashion, add more on-trend pieces like the current Spring trend like this yellow suit. If your work environment is casual, you may want to purchase more tees, shirts, sweaters and jeans. For casual workplaces, a linen blazer comes in handy.
To determine what colour you should wear, knowing your skin tone will help. Your skin’s tone is either cool, warm, or neutral, no matter how light or dark your skin is on the surface. There are a couple of ways to figure out which team you’re on.
Look at the Veins in Your Wrist. If your skin is light enough that you can see your veins, look at whether they appear blue or green under your skin. The former indicates that you have a cool skin tone while the latter says you have a warm one.
Look at Your Watch. Silver jewelry trends to look good on cool skin tones, while gold tends to flatter warm ones. You may instinctively gravitate towards the more flattering metal already.
Look at Your Basics. When it comes to wardrobe essentials, if you go for basic black and white, your skin may be cool, while a preference for ivory and shades of brown hints at a warm undertone.
Look at Your Skin’s Reaction to Sun. People with cool undertones tend to burn more quickly than people with warm undertones, who get darker in the sun.
If you don’t seem to be falling squarely in one camp, you might have a neutral undertone that can take various colours.