So, you work in a somewhat casual environment and face the delimma of wanting to be taken seriously and not standing out. Well, you should stand out, but in all the right ways.
The ensemble below will show off your brilliant understanding of office casz. A strong neutral gray slim fit pant with a flowy fabric that avoids the dreaded cling. This type of material flows over your curves and will hide any bouts of bloat, not that you have it, but just to let you know. A light colored blazer like the one here, will add that extra polish that announces your destination is to the corner office.
You can get this look with:
A neutral colored slim fit pant
A soft colored flowy blouse
A neutral blazer that is just a tad bit softer in color than the blouse
A nice pair of pumps
A nice tote or bag
Have any ideas to make this a little more Moxie?
This is the perfect professional outfit for a distinguished professional woman. If you have a business meeting, but want to show off your style, then this is the outfit for you. Now before you ask the price, just remember, this is inspiration!
Important, you should already have a staple such as a black pencil skirt. If you do not have one, get one. A black pencil skirt is extremely versatile. You can dress it up or down according to the occasion.
How to pull it off:
Black skirt (pencil or whatever style flatters your figure)
White or blush crew neck blouse
Accessories with a gold finish
A structured purse or tote to add a pop of color (your choice)
Do you think I nailed it? Show me how you would add your Moxie to this look!
Can you say sharp as a tack? Ouch! This is sharp. For those that aspire to always look as put together as they are powerful, the red accent definitely makes the statement. You will rule the boardroom or the podium, whichever the day has in store. Your confidence will be apparent to all those who you pass in the walkways knowing, that they know you are someone of significance.
Some career women shy away from colors such as red, but it is a power color. When coupled with black, it is muted down a bit. The color combo in the shoe could be overwhelming, so a black pump will suffice. The morale of this story is, don’t be afraid to add pops of color to break up colors like black, brown, and charcoal gray.
What do you think? What's your power color?