THE BUSINESS Attire
The working attire
The suit isn’t just a suit. It comes in many variations, colors, styles, shapes, and patterns. Each suit reflects the personality of the person wearing it both male and female.
We see the calming light blue colors at the bank office, the vibrant strong colors at fashion week, the penguin suit from loges meetings, and the authority-filled female power suit from the eighties.
It’s not a restraint
The suit is without a doubt the perfect work wear and even if some might find that a restraint, then it’s all about making the details show who you are as an individual. Let alone the fit, which is the crucial point of the confidence you will feel because the suit is created for your body and shape, then there is the detailing that is completely up to you.
A tailored suit gives you absolute freedom within the officewear frame from color, pattern, linen, and buttons while still looking professional and presentable.
Here to stay
The suit has lastest for decades for a reason and more than hundreds of years of history have given us variations from single buttons to double-sided, lapel pins to pocket squares. Fancy tuxedos to south France linen suits.
Wide Donald trump shoulder pats to the slim-fit Scandinavian. The Coco Chanel rebellious female suit carried its way through the second world war to the bright seventies, bold eighties, flamboyant nineties all the way to today.
Make your work wear you, your shape, and your power.