To add corporate impact to a business capsule wardrobe, wear colour.
And colour is the strongest visual statement you can make.
So to add corporate impact and to stand out in a crowd, especially a business crowd, wear colour in your business capsule wardrobe.
You needn’t wear a whole dress in a colour if you find it too much – you can choose a jacket or a skirt.
You can even bring colour into your outfit and appearance with your accessories.
There are some business colours that are always worth having in your business capsule wardrobe:
bordeaux wine and cobalt blue to name but two examples. To keep looking fashion-forward and on-trend,
inject a splash of seasonal colour. This Spring there is a lot of coral and azure blue to lift your colour palette.
Use colour to distinguish yourself from others yet still retain corporate femininity.
Consider the Awards season: from the Golden Globes to the BAFTAs, Grammy awards and Oscars, there’s always intense focus on the ‘red carpet fashion show’.
There was probably as much talk about Sheryl Sandberg’s choice of business outfit for her Panel session at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos this year as her business theme.
To find out more, read last week’s blog on the importance of executive style.
To read the article in The Guardian about Sheryl Sandberg’s outfit, click here.
To enjoy a business capsule wardrobe created for your personal style and business image, why not make a booking with Caroline Wolf, executive stylist. Let’s have a conversation.
The next time you’re on the business red carpet, you’ll stand out for all the right reasons.
And you’l look a picture, which as you know, is worth a thousand words.
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