A recent survey by staffing firm OfficeTeam found that eighty percent of executives feel that a worker's style of dressing at office influences their chances of earning a promotion.
Here are some fashion mantras, firstly, a worker should look out for materials such as linen and chiffon which can be transparent, the New York Daily News reported.
Secondly, a person should avoid wearing flip-flops in office, as these are almost never appropriate in an office environment.
Thirdly, an employee should avoid any piece of clothing that shows too much skin.
Fourthly, T-shirts are rarely appropriate for workplace environment - particularly the ones that have controversial messages written on them.
Fifthly, if a person has to ask himself if their clothing is work-appropriate, it probably isn't.
Sixthly, a worker should avoid wearing any type of athletic wear in the office and if they have a Pilates class or tennis match after work, they should pack their clothes to change into.
If a person wants a position they should dress up for it; they should take cues on their fashion choices from how the managers at their organization dress.