Internship season is upon us and it’s the time of the month where we all scramble to perfect our resumes and cover letters. Internships are a huge milestone for many us because it gives us the opportunity to work for our dream company and helps open new doors. It helps us branch out of our comfort zone and connect with future employers. Like most juniors and seniors in college, we’re all frantically applying to one or several internships. In some cases, many have already secure one. So, after you got accepted to be an intern, there comes those requirements of what to bring, what to wear, etc.. However, not all companies require the typical white blouse and black pant. Some will let you dress however you like, but still retain professionalism while talking to clients. People who work at an internship want to know more about you, and they can see personality through your wardrobe.
This Fashionista embodies the perfect internship everyday wear. The style is monochromatic, so it fits the office setting atmosphere. For her top, she opted for a black crop top instead a collared one. The crop top is not too short and still covers up her neckline. On the back, it reveals a bit of skin. However, this might be a risky choice to wear to an internship, but the good thing about this top is its adjustability. It can be zip up, so you don’t have to worry about revealing skin. As for her bottom half, she wears a floral pant that is perfect for the spring season. For accessories, she carries a Michael Kors cross-body bag that perfectly frames her petite body. The bag is lightweight so it’s easy to carry around when asked to run errands by her mentor. Overall, the look still retains classiness of an office attire, but still keeps her personal style.
One Simple Change: After your first long day at work, you probably want to celebrate with girlfriends on your accomplishment, and who wouldn’t? So, slip into a leather jacket, curl your hair and put on a bold red lipstick because you are ready to dance the night way.