Work Style Tips from a Few of the Best Designers

Great designers are great for a reason and names like Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera and Theyskens are no exceptions. Here are a few work styling tips from some of the best designers of the trade…Enjoy!

{via Marie Claire}

carolinaWork Style Tips from a Few of the Best Designers
“A bold print attracts attention and is perfect for a work environment—and it transitions into evening.”
- Carolina Herrera

Sometimes when we wake up during a morning rush, it’s difficult to put an amazing ensemble together so we end up resorting to our normal and easy routine of basic black on black or neutrals. Instead, plan out what to wear the night before and you’ll feel more prepared and ready for work, because it’s true—what you wear affects your mood and confidence. While you’re at it, take Carolina Herrera’s advice and throw in some bold prints and patterns into the mix!

michaelkorsWork Style Tips from a Few of the Best Designers
“Color to me equals power. You are the woman everyone notices in the room.”
- Michael Kors

I absolutely LOVE color, but don’t have enough of it in my closet as I would like. So I’ve made it a goal not to buy anything black, brown or navy—at least until fall! It can be a bold statement, but as Michael Kors points out, color can do wonders. It can inspire people and UP your game. When you wear bold colors, the most important element is to strut your walk with confidence!

dianevonWork Style Tips from a Few of the Best Designers
“Going to work has gotten more casual. You can wear just about anything, except that you still have to show authority and look strong.”
- Diane von Furstenberg

What you wear affects how others see you, and it can make the difference of landing that competitive job with a person with the same skill.  It’s always  good to remember that your wardrobe shows your attitude and seriousness about what you do.

theyskinWork Style Tips from a Few of the Best Designers
“When you keep evolving, you never get stuck. It’s very important to keep an open mind.”
- Olivier Theyskens

It’s been said that a person changes every 7 years. And with each step, maturity. But of course we all know that maturity doesn’t mean blazers and power suits. It’s about finding your personal style after stages of trying and testing what’s new and different instead of sticking to old habits—and it’s not limited to only clothes.

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