I plan my outfits out the night before, down to the lipstick that looks best with it. I take into account who will be in the office, what clients I'm meeting with (on work days), where I'll be going, who I'll be seeing, what activities we'll be partaking in (on weekends). As a result I generally look well put together and will sometimes get compliments on my outfits.
How about you?
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I don't plan my work wardrobe well in advance most of the time, but I've mainly moved my workwear to ... well work. My experiments deviating from classic dress, I now use occasionally, but I understand the limitations. Most of my suits/jackets/pants are in blue/grey/brown tones, most shirts white/blue with the odd pink one, and I could probably get dressed in the dark and it would turn out okay because almost all the shirts look good with almost all the jackets and similarly with almost all the pants. If I feel like it I throw in an accent on a square or something and those are mostly in complementary offset colors.
I plan in great detail if I'm doing a presentation.0