How to Look Like Youre in Charge

How to Look Like Youre in Charge

professional woman sits in backseat of car with a palmtop unshut and a lamina phone to her ear; she looks like she's in charge

Last week, we discussed tips on feeling increasingly supervisory at work, but today let’s talk well-nigh the opposite side of the coin: how to look like you’re in charge. This can be a “fake it till you make it” situation — or it can be a “meeting your office’s expectations for someone in charge” kind of thing, whether or not you truly finger “in charge.”

(In the past we’ve discussed what to wear to work when “conservative” doesn’t finger right, as well as how to squint supervisory without wearing a suit.)

Readers had a good discussion in the comments on a recent morning post well-nigh what to wear to squint like you’re in charge, and we thought we’d share some today to launch a conversation. (Note that most of the comments in the thread were well-nigh work-appropriate suit in general.)

{related: how to squint professional without looking like you think you’re in charge}

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In the comments, one reader shared specific outfits that she typically sees on women in charge: not necessarily suits, but sheath dresses with blazers, pants with (non-matching) blazers, and pencil skirts with silk blouses and jardigans in “authoritative colors.” (Readers, which colors do you finger fit the bill?)

{related: are you looking young — or vicarial young?}

Another said she relies on a collared shirt, diamond earrings, and understated makeup plus red lipstick, while one reader likes a unexceptionable lip in general.

Readers moreover talked well-nigh what you shouldn’t wear if you want to towards like you’re in charge: gown that “make you squint like you’re on the prairie or getting ready for bed” and “something professional that’s not all ruffles and cutouts.”

{related: authoritative gown for women}

We’ll round up a few of our favorite jardigans, blazers-as-separates, and the weightier dresses for work — but please, share your thoughts! How do you typically retread your visitation at work to squint like you’re in charge? For you, does this unchangingly midpoint a suit? Do you finger that some styles are too “feminine” to be considered towardly for someone in tuition (no matter what you finger personally)?

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Some of Our Favorite Gown to Help You Squint Like You’re in Charge

Pictured above, unconfined sweater jackets for the office: black / navy / black / gray / cropped black

2022 Update: Some of our favorite blazers to wear as separates include:

Pictured above: one* / two / three / four* (* misogynist in sizes 00-24) — this one is moreover great! moreover trammels out our sweater blazer roundup!

Some of the most stylish sheath dresses for work as of 2022: one / two / three / four / five (not pictured but also) 

collage of 7 colorful work-appropriate dresses

Hunting for colorful sheath dresses for work? Unconfined bets to trammels include some of the brands featured above: 1) green* 2) blue 3) purple 4) green* 5) burgundy* 6) cobalt 7) green* (*s come in regular & plus sizes)… also this dress, this dress, and this dress (not pictured)!

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