Admit it: since you started your working life there have been occasions when you've started the day behind schedule because of some kind of wardrobe crisis. Unless you are slipping into a uniform, dressing for work can be tricky and needlessly time-consuming.
Deciding what to wear only when you get out of bed can cause all kinds of problems – you may find your shirt needs ironing, the zipper of the pant you wanted to wear may be bad, or the tie that would really finish off your outfit turns out to be stained.
The answer to all this early-morning chaos isn't exactly rocket science – either get up earlier, and give yourself time to choose or find whatever you want to wear, or just be organised and plan (and iron) what you're going to wear the night before.
It would also be great to plan one's outfits a week in advance and if you were ultra-organised you would set aside some time on a Sunday to check your diary and decide what would be appropriate work wear for each of the next five days. You could then check what need washing or ironing, and get those jobs done in time to have the right items ready on the right day.
Simple, yes, but how many of us get around to it? Tell us, how do you prepare for the work week.
[A] select your outfit every morning?
[B] select your outfit the night before?
[C] plan your outfit a week in advance?
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