Have You Thought About Your Return-To-Work Outfit?
It's pretty much been either sweats or yoga pants as our choice of wardrobe since quarantining to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Most of us haven't even been anywhere besides the grocery store since mid-March, let alone anywhere close to the office. This quarantine will end, however, which will mean back to the old grind. That, of course, includes heading back into work and having to plan our lives accordingly.
When was the last time you actually coordinated an outfit? It's probably been at least five weeks now, right? Did you know that you can create a whole external persona based off the colors most prevalent in your daily wardrobe?
A personality profile built by Office Team demonstrates how different colors of clothing convey an outward message or impression. The profile determined that if these colors were worn to work by an individual pretty often, they usually aligned with that individuals personality type.
If an employee wears blue a lot, it means they're cautious, precise, deliberate, questioning, and formal.
Green is a bit more relaxed, giving off vibes that are caring, encouraging, sharing, and patient.
Yellow is the color of a smiley face, and for good reason. It's used to convey a feeling of happiness. If someone frequently wears yellow in the office, there's a good chance they're sociable, dynamic, demonstrative, enthusiastic, and persuasive.
When one wears red, the vibe given off is that you're a force to be reckoned with. Red signals someone who is competitive, sometimes demanding, and definitely determined. That person often may be described as strong-willed and always acting with a purpose.
When it's time to start planning for your return to work, maybe keep these tips in mind if you'd like to carve out a whole new you in the workplace.
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