A business woman has to keep up with the times,considering that she has a wide variety of choices fora full wardrobe, which reaches beyond the classic pant suit or little black dress. This is another area where trends have changed, everything is becoming more flexible, because life itself is more dynamic and women have to adapt. It’s a good thing we can, because certain rules are no longer applied. So forget about rigid lines and only dark colors; on the other hand, still mind the lengths and quality of materials. All it takes for you to assemble an excellent business wardrobe is a touch of good taste.
Never underestimate this color! Powder is a must, because it’s a stand-in for black and it isn’t white, which may be a bit more delicate and demanding. A powder dress, suit, maxi skirt, blazer, shoes and bag are all must-have pieces. If you’re going for an especially elegant look, opt for head-to-toe powder, or simply style it with black to slightly break up the whole.
Black and white
This is a safe zone that always works. Sort of like the little black dress, this color combination is also timeless and exceedingly useful. White dress with a black blazer, white trousers and black T-shirt, white blouse and a black skirt…there are countless combinations. If you love “safe fashion”, you don’t need much experimentation, black and white can be excellent companions and you cannot miss with them.
The LBD, but always with a detail
Stay away from formal lines or a 100 % ordinary cut. While there are more than a few of those out there and maybe even in your closet, it’s now time for something different. The material stays smooth and flows nicely, but it’s the details that make the style: bows, glitter, ribbons, a cut out back, contrasting sleeves, gorgeous collar. The little black dress is undoubtedly part of business attire, but it has to be a bit special.
They’re always a welcome pattern on a dress, pants or a blazer. Style the latterwith a flower-colored blazer, or if the dress has flowers on a white background, you can finish the look with a longer white blazer. This is also gorgeous with jeans, because a quality pair of jeans can be a good business fashion option. They’re quickly establishing their position as an everyday garment in the world of male fashion.
Return of the suit
I’m on board, if it’s tailored well. I’m tired of the 90’s models, because they were so rigid and represented a means of proving our seriousness to the world. Well, thank god it’s not so anymore and here comenew very feminine and youthful models. The good news is you can play around with colors, especially pastels, and you’ll look flawless.
Stripes are always nice: either on pants, a skirt, blazer or T-shirt, they’re always in and very wearable. If you for example take a basic striped T-shirt and add a black or white blazer, you’ll instantly look elegant. I love stripes, because they allow us to interpret them in various ways, which is great, of course. And they will never ever go out of style.
A basic, smooth, knee-length dress, but in a special color, because there are so many to choose from this year. It can have accessories on the collar, sleeves or hem. You can also round off the style with some good jewelry, making it always a good choice. I tend to prefersleeves, because some sleeveless dresses are more difficult to wear, plus they seem less elegant; choose a regular material, if you can, or at least a cotton blend.
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