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Learn from Stylist Wendy Pilch How to Dress for a Daytime Work Event
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Hi! I am Wendy Pilch with Spendalla Personal Shopping. I am here today with Jane to show you how to dress for an event. We are going to start with how to dress for a daytime event. So, let's get started. When you're dressing for a daytime work event, you can keep it causal. You might start with a nice sweater with a t-shirt, a pair of jeans always works as long as there are no holes in the jeans and make sure there are classic fit, nothing too tight. You could also wear a different type of slack, something that's going to be casual that you could sit in at work picnic or work baseball game, softball game. But, the most important thing is your shoe; you want to make sure you are not wearing a high heel for a work event. A high heel will be too dressy for a daytime work event and also uncomfortable. So, stay casual. You might add a piece of jewellery like Jane's gold necklace to really top off the outfit. So, that's how you dress for a daytime work event.