Would You Take a Pay Cut to Avoid Dressing Up for Work?
Working in radio over the years has allowed me to dress casually most days. I have been lucky! However, that’s not always the case for people going into the office.
Styling service Stitch Fix recently did a survey that shows how people are leaning style-wise for the new year. Their findings were super interesting!
One-third of those surveyed said that they would be willing to take a pay cut to avoid dressing up for work. Maybe it’s because we’ve all gotten accustomed to the Work From Home kind of life or maybe, just maybe, jeans are comfortable.
Business suits, button-downs and dress pants are on the outs, with items like oversized stretch blazers, elastic-waist bottoms, sweater dresses and “knoven” (knit + woven) tops taking their place.
Yes. THIS, PLEASE. Check out more on this and other parts of Stitch Fix’s Style Forecast HERE!
We’ve brought our proprietary data and Stylist insights into a new report on what styles are trending in real life — not just the fashion runways. Read our 2022 Stitch Fix Style Forecast here: https://t.co/XwJHAuB4Gs pic.twitter.com/lgcxOUITK6
— Stitch Fix (@stitchfix) December 15, 2021