“HOW TO DRESS WELL AT WORK IF I GO BY BICYCLE?”

“HOW TO DRESS WELL AT WORK IF I GO BY BICYCLE?”

First of all here are some reason, why you should ride bicycle to work:

  • To maintain fitness
  • cycling to work is fun, plain and simple.
  • Cycling improves cardio-vascular and aerobic fitness, lowers blood pressure, builds muscle, and improves coordination.
  • Exercise can reduce stress. In the same way,
    cycling makes you happier and of the body your stress out.
  • Cycling to work saves your money.
  • Save the world: Car emission is one of the major contributors to pollution. By adopting cycle to go to work you are contributing to reducing the pollution level.

We tend to hear that cycling is good for our well-being as if it were just another tip to be active as well as running or going to the gym. Nowadays, people are leaving the car at home – and going to work by bicycle. Which is a wise decisionface with Thus, you take care of your health, lose your belly and avoid traffic at the same time. Not bad, right?

But there is one thing in this whole story: How to dress well at work after an intense pedalling, that leaves you all sweaty and with your clothes dented? Today we are going to give some tips to face this dilemma.

CLOTHING

QUESTION # 1: CLOTHING

Pedaling your work clothes is a bad idea. First? It will be take turns the bike path. Second? Your look will look all versatile., which is very bad for your turns image. Therefore, the ideal is to go to work with a sports outfit; and carry the corporate look in the suitcase. Arriving at the company, just change and ready. (We’ll talk about hygiene  in the next topic.)

For social workers, there is an extra obstacle: what about the jacket? It’s one thing to fold pants and shirt to carry in the backpack. No problem. But in fact, the blazer is more complicated. But there is a relatively simple solution to this. Always leave two blazer options in the company. It could be a navy blue and a gray, that are quite versatile. Then during the week you take turns.

Did you arrive Monday? Take a break for the bike; go by car, Uber or subway to work; Take two new jackets (such as black and lead, must always be a versatile tone that combines with different pants and shirt options); and bring the other two back home . By doing this weekly rotation between your blazers, and working on the daily combination of pants, shirt, shoe and tie , you will always be well-dressed in the company. You can not go wrong.

HYGIENE

QUESTION # 2: HYGIENE

Many companies now offer lockerrooms on their premises. Schedule yourself to arrive 20 minutes early to work, take a shower and you’ll be ready for another day of toil.

To reduce the weight of the backpack, it is ideal to leave a bag in the company, with basic hygiene items such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, perfume and hair ointment, and a slipper to use the shower. Do not forget to carry a pair of briefs and a pair of clean socks in your backpack. Another indispensable item? work by. They are incredibly practical in the life of a corporate cyclist.

What if you do not have a  locker room at work? Relax, you can get around the problem. Do the hygiene with moist tissues on the areas of the body where you perspire more, such as the armpits; wash your face with a good soap; and use dry shampoo spray to clean your hair.  Then you just have to change your clothes and that’s it! Also remember to take a shower before the pedaling, with the water not too hot, to give an assured in the temperature of the body and not to stimulate the perspiration.

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