Ditch the stilettos and leave the suit at home; it’s time to embrace the new face of female entrepreneurship.
Fashion and style appear to be just as important in business as in everyday life. While some are always fond of classic business attire, others take the chance to display their individuality or make a statement with their original styles. After all, first impressions are essential, and you want to put your best foot forward when interacting with customers or possible investors. In light of that, let’s look at four of the latest fashion trends popular among female entrepreneurs for some inspiration.
In recent years, power suits have made a comeback in the fashion world. Once reserved for boardroom meetings and important presentations, these stylish ensembles are now seen on runways and red carpets. However, it’s not just fashionistas who are embracing power suits. Many businesswomen don these sharp looks to make a positive impression and convey their confidence and competence. In addition, fashion-savvy entrepreneurs are accessorizing their looks with statement jewelry and luxurious handbags.
In a competitive marketplace, standing out from the crowd is essential, and a well-tailored power suit can do just that. Whether a sleek pantsuit or a flowing skirt suit, a power suit makes a strong statement about who you are and what you can achieve.
The tailored jumpsuit
A versatile option that any businesswoman would love. Entrepreneurs are always on the go, whether headed to meetings or running to the airport. When every second counts, and you want to look your best, a tailored jumpsuit is what you need. Boasting high comfortability, jumpsuits have long been a fashion staple for businesswomen, and a tailored one adds more style and modernness to the classic look.
The best thing about a jumpsuit is that you can simply dress it up with heels and a blazer for a meeting or boardroom presentation or pair it with sneakers and a denim jacket for a more casual look.
The oversized blazers
Oversized blazers are a retro fashion icon that is getting popular among modern women. Its perfect balance of sophistication and stylishness is what makes it so trendy. The exaggerated shoulder and slouchy, oversized fit are reminiscent of ‘80s fashion but without feeling too dated or old-fashioned, thanks to its clean lines and classic tailoring. The best way to style this blazer is with a fitted bralette and high-waisted denim or a slinky dress. You can also experiment with layering it over a turtleneck for a more polished look.
The key to pulling off this look is in the details. Make sure your blazer fits well to make you look sharp, and choose a pair of comfortable and stylish pumps. When it comes to jewelry, less is more. A simple pair of stud earrings or a delicate necklace is all you need to finish off the look. For makeup, opt for a natural look. Finally, pull your hair back into a sleek updo or low ponytail to complete the ensemble.
The little black dress (LBD)
The little black dress has been a fashion staple for decades, but its acceptance among businesswomen is relatively new. In the early days of the LBD, it was seen as a sleek and stylish alternative to the more formal dresses worn by socialites. But it wasn’t until the 1960s that the LBD came into its own. Audrey Hepburn’s iconic style in Breakfast at Tiffany’s helped popularize the garment among fashion-forward young women. In the years since, the LBD has become the uniform of choice for many of history’s most iconic women, from Jackie Kennedy to Queen Bey.
Today, the LBD is a timeless attire for fashion-savvy businesswomen who want to leave a remarkable impression. Whether you’re wearing a plain sheath or an embroidered mini, the little black dress will always show your confidence and strength. With so many fashionable options, from a party gown to a polished office ensemble, it’s easy to see why the LBD is here to stay.
No matter what your style may be, there’s definitely something on this list that will work for you and makes YOU feel like the CEO of your own life. When thinking about what to wear, it’s also important to go with your mood and don’t be restrained by what is expected of you. After all, you are the one wearing the clothes but not the other way around!
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