A business capsule wardrobe is all about subtle understated style.
It’s also about the concept: Less is more.
Just like a capsule wardrobe.
Business dressing is not just black, navy or charcoal grey but also the subtleties of colours.
Power dressing is typically strong and bold with occasional colour statements of scarlet and
royal blue. Then there are the less fiery reds such as burgundy, bordeaux and aubergine.
However, you can also add credence and style to your Personal brand and visual statement by
nuances of colour. It shows restraint and perhaps a touch of self-discipline. It’s quietly confident.
This business capsule wardrobe is all of those things with its misty greys and blushes of pink.
Pink is a colour that suits the complexion of both men and women.
Don’t underestimate the psychological pull of pink. It invites. It’s subtle.
This executive capsule wardrobe offers you 9 outfits. See below for how to wear it.
And because the trousers are full length they can be worn for business smart too.
If you want to wear them for Business casual, simply swop the jacket for a knit.
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How to add style to your business capsule wardrobe:
The grey dress
The print dress
The pink trousers
Where to buy this capsule wardrobe
Grey dress, Hugo Boss
Grey jacket, Hugo Boss
Printed dress, Hugo Boss
Light pink blazer, Boss
Pink trouser, Max Mara
Vintage pink silk camisole, Jigsaw
Silver white pearl necklace, Carolee
Grey shoe, Jimmy Choo
Marshmallow shoe, LK Bennett
Pink mini leather tote, Fendi
Taupe grey tote, Milli Millu