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WHAT TO WEAR: Internship

In college, having an internship is one step closer to a taste of life after college. We spend everyday explaining to people what we want to do with our degrees and use our internships as reassurance. Most of the time, we have to get dressed up in our business best that we spent an entire day buying, because lets be real, we didn’t own any. Business attire is what is required for most internships, but you also want to stay true to yourself and your personal style. It can be difficult, especially when you’re already out of your element. So, what’s a Fashionista to do?

This Fashionista has got the answer! She has the perfect look that’s both comfortable and professional. When you’re already in a setting that makes you nervous, wearing something that makes you uncomfortable just adds to the nerves. There’s nothing more versatile than a pair of nice denim. This Fashionista kept it business casual with a chiffon blouse and a simple cardigan for those chilly offices. Her oxfords with satin laces are great for running errands and all your other daily intern tasks. Her necklace is colorful and fun and shows that she’s ready to work and bring something different to the table.

It’s always nice to break the tension in a working environment that can tend to be a stressful one. Everyone constantly has a million things going on, and presenting yourself in a positive light can be a wonderful thing. Loving yourself and having confidence will only better your work ethic and the way you dress can help with that. If you are feeling good, then it allows others to feel good, as well, and it’s nice to have someone like that in the office. Things like this don’t go unappreciated; trust me.

Follow this Fashionista for inspiration and you’ll be sure to achieve a look that is ready for anything. Being true to yourself will always get you further than trying to be something that you’re not; this is something your boss is sure to notice.

One Simple Change: If you want to come fully prepared for a presentation with the CEO of the company, bring a blazer and some pumps! Things may happen unexpectedly and there’s nothing wrong with proving how deserving you are of a future job. Who knows, maybe your brilliant idea is the one that saves the company out of a crisis? And most importantly, you’ll be doing it in style!