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Thursday, 24 April 2014


The concept of power dressing was coined in the 80's when successful women claimed their place in the business world by making use of their style of dress to signal their power.
Someone who was well aware of the power dressing was England's first and only female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. She was not only a pioneer in politics but also in vogue. She ruled the country with her signature genomic bubbly - bespoke suit with padded shoulders, pearl necklaces and tie blouse. She really set the bar for how successful women in leadership positions now dress to accentuate their power.

Another woman who was thought to be fashion-forward for its time was Princess Diana. She made an own interpretation of power dressing and chose a modern and youthful style that made her a style icon that we still inspired.

TV shows like Dallas and Dynasty and the film Working Girl really showed a clear relationship between fashion and power.

The suit still serves as a marker of power, and this season powersuiten reigned on the catwalk. 

Dress to Impress!

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