STAYING FASHIONABLE IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

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Any public servant, lawyer, or anyone working in a corporate environment will tell you: a rigid dress code quickly becomes boring, especially if you love fashion and are looking to experiment with trends!

To breathe some fashion into your corporate attire, here are our stylists’ best tips, inspired by this season’s hottest trends.

 

THE SCARF-TIE

Vaguely collegial and always smart, this variation on the classic men’s tie is great with your best tucked-in shirt. These ones come attached to their matching shirt, but you can find lots of slim scarves this season too, for a similar effect.

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THE CULOTTE

Fashion girls love it, and we understand why: culottes totally work in a corporate environment! Match with a work-sensible shirt for daytime, and change into a sexy cami after 5 pm, for the perfect day-to-night transition outfit.

If you think you are too short for culottes, think again: by finding one with a high waist and a more narrow leg, you can make sure you aren’t dwarfing yourself. Wear with heels for maximum effect, no matter your height.

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THE ONE-PIECE

The the one-piece is making its way into the big leagues with an array of stylish renditions. Our favourites are best worn with a jacket, naturally, for a polished yet bold statement look.

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 THE WORK DRESS

The secret to the perfect work dress is at your fingertips: make sure the material is thick and structured, and not too stretchy. Once that’s covered, pretty much any print or colour goes. Just make sure the cut is classic and not too revealing.

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THE MODERN JACKET

Printed, coloured, or simply longer: there are a million ways to mix up your work look with a new jacket. Just make sure the rest of your outfit stays in the safe zone before you go ahead and challenge the backbone of corporate attire.

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THE SKIRT

Your work doesn’t let you sway too far from the traditional jacket-skirt-shirt combo? Why not add a fun colour on the bottom? By keeping the colour further from the face, especially if you work in a conservative environment, you are not distracting from your brilliant ideas.

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