Wardrobe Essentials For The Female Attorney

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You’ve got your qualifications and with years of hard work and study behind you, you have your license to practice law and a glittering set of recommendations from law school. Your reputation as a successful law graduate precedes you and now you have a strong foundation and the tools you need to build your legal career.

However, before you hit the courtroom or you get settled into your new office, you’re going to need to look the part. In the legal world, first impressions really do count. You’re not only required to present a case on behalf of your client but to also present yourself as a professional, elegant attorney, who takes pride in their appearance – you want to make it clear that you’re someone who applies the same level of detail and meticulousness to every case.

Read on for wardrobe essentials for the female attorney.

The right shoes

We all want to look our best. And for many women, a pair of heels are the perfect addition to their work attire. They lengthen the leg, creating a nice silhouette, something which gives us confidence. However, as a lawyer you should consider the practicality of those sky-high heels. Not only will you be on your feet all day, but driving between clients and meetings in your heels could prove dangerous and put you at risk if you can’t react to a hazard in time – you can speak to a local auto accident law firm here if you’ve been in road accident that could have been avoided.

If you’re someone who prefers to wear heels as part of their work attire, then a simple shoe with a court or kitten heel is not only stylish, but both practical and safe for your busy work schedule.

A good pair of eyeglasses

Much like a watch, eyewear is both practical and fashionable, but in the legal world, it’s not an easy one to get right. If you’re someone who wears contact lenses then you may benefit from making the switch to glasses. Glasses will give your eyes relief from dry and itchy spells as well as making you look studious and smart. Studies have shown that we’re more likely to trust someone who wears glasses, which is something worth keeping in mind if you’re trying to build up your client base.

And finally, an elegant timepiece

While many of us rely on our smartphones to quickly check the time, as an attorney you can’t be glancing at your phone in the middle of a meeting with your client or in the courtroom. Not only are watches incredibly practical but they’re the perfect way to add a touch of glamour to your workwear. With so many brands and styles to choose from it can be difficult to know where to start, however, opting for a high-quality brand is always a good place to start.

Avoid sports watches or anything that monitors your steps or heart rate. You don’t need it and they’ll clash with the rest of your attire. Large faced watches look cute and trendy but again, consider choosing something that reflects your professionalism. Think elegance and chic and you’re sure to find the right addition to your workwear.

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