Yes, a power suit in powder pink can totally mean business—check out Natalia in her cultivated Dior ensemble. A buttoned-up pantsuit (as opposed to a skirt) will keep the look professional and temper the light, playful color with a more all-biz, take-charge silhouette. Of course, since Natalia's headed to a runway show, she opted for single-strap white sandals, but a pair of nude or black pumps will keep you on the executive track at work.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Christina already more than proved that wearing pink is totally chic (and not at all little-girly), but gorgeous model Natalia Vodianova is taking the hue one step further—in a suit.
As “cocky” as that may sound, women’s power dressing was born and corporate fashion rebelliousness in the office came to being. We are now done with the black, blue and gray. Let’s do something really feminine and let our office skills rise to the occasion. We are women with power now! Let’s dress the part! Let’s wear a pink suit!
The pink suit became the separating line between the male and the female in the office, as we treat the corporate power ladder a different way than the men. For us, the corporate ladder is more than just the big desk at the biggest office. It is about a title that gives us the right that yes, we can have it all!
As such, it’s only fitting that the pink suit gets the modernized treatment. The designers created this type of corporate fashion for women’s power dressing in such a way that it looks professional, tough and subtly sophisticated.