Executive style is not just limited to navy, charcoal or black. Or even just neutrals.
Colour will create impact to your visual statement. And it’s colour that allows you
to stand out in a sea of darker clothing and suiting.
Mix a feminine colour such as pink with navy or black to add an edge of authority.
Wear heels to keep it Business smart.
It’s true that everyone can wear red and pink; it’s knowing which one is the right one for you.
Coco Chanel said: “The best colour in the whole world is the one which looks good on you”.
Or as a client of mine said: “If you want to know about colour, her name is Caroline Wolf”.
Some women shy away from pink. As do many men. Yet pink can be one of the most flattering
colours on the skin. It is said to make men more approachable. We’re not going into the psychology
of that this week, but allow me to rest that thought with you.
Bright pinks that scream and shout are not chic. They grate.
Sugar sweet and baby pinks are can look unsuitably young if the style is also girly.
But washes of palest pink, cool violets, rich raspberries and elegant amethysts all belong in a
smart woman’s business capsule wardrobe.
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How to wear this capsule wardrobe
Where to purchase this capsule wardrobe
Cosmos pink jacket, Hobbs
Cosmos pink dress, Hobbs
Floral dress, Goat
Light pink jacket, LK Bennett
Light pink trousers, LK Bennett
Printed cotton top, Kenzo
Camisole top, Ted Baker
Black suede courts, Hobbs
Neutral snake print tote, Hugo Boss
Neutral peep toe heels, Miu Miu
Black pyramid tote, Christopher Kane
Dark pink clutch, LK Bennett