Power Style: 3 Looks That Mean Business

Image. Identity. Clarity.

Image is what you put out there, identity is who you are, and clarity is the magic that happens when the two come together.

Let’s talk about power style. In our 20 years as stylists, we’ve noticed that a lot of women hold back when it comes to their workplace style, fearing that it might take away from what they do.

The truth is, when a powerful woman has a distinct style that matches her strong personality, she becomes capable of achieving even more. We’ve seen this transformation happen over and over again with our clients. We believe that being empowered by your style is essential, not only for the company you’re representing but also for your own personal brand.

Related: Lynn Forester De Rothschild’s Power Style

We’re not in the ’90s anymore and power style doesn’t have to mean big shouldered pantsuits. There’s a subtle power in showing your waistline without being overt and too sexy. Embracing everything that you are–femininity is no exception—projects confidence.

How does a confident, powerful, feminine woman think, look and move? Connect to that feeling, and channel it as you get dressed. You’ll be in awe of the effect that it will have.

Check out these three looks, they mean business in a powerfully feminine way.

1.The Modernist “Pop of Color” Dress “The Blue Trick

Roland Mouret dress office look

Roland Mouret Hisley Stretch-Crepe Dress

Manolo Blahnik Snakeskin BB Pump

Fendi 3 Jours Tote

2. The Fresh & Fitted Suit

The row Pant Suit

The Row Stretch Wool Blazer and Pants

Gianvito Rossi Lace Flats

Saint Laurent Large Leather Tote

Apple Watch in Gold Aluminum Case (as seen on Anna Wintour)

3. The Structured Skirt Co-Ord

Mcqueen skirt suit

Jil Sander Gabardine Trench Coat

Alexander McQueen Ivory Jacquard Cardigan and Skirt

Gianvito Rossi Nude Suede Pump

Hermes “Kelly” Bag in Cognac

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