I work as a Senior Manager at one of the Big4. My specialization is tax and accounting advisory.
I have always been into fashion. I believe that the critical part in creating your style is the psychological aspect – how we feel in our skin and what we want to say with our appearance.
Since I had started building my career, I have been aware that style is a significant part of the professional career, too.
In fact, it is more important than what we are willing to admit. It is how we present ourselves to the world. Therefore, why not put some effort into your appearance, show your clients, co-workers, and audience who you are, and express your respect toward them and to your job?
As a businesswoman, I am sure you are overwhelmed with many other obligations in your life, and you often don’t have time and energy to put more effort also on your look.
When I was helping women to nail their style, I tried to figure out where their real pain points were, so I wanted to build a system that would work as best as possible and design a great experience when building your unique wardrobe by making it effortlessly simple.
When we talk about your style and appropriate wardrobe, it is not just about fashion and having the sense for it. Contrary, it is much more about you – your personality, knowing yourself, your lifestyle, and your goals.
I will show you how to become the best version of yourself with the simple steps and look appropriate, confident, and chic every day.
I don’t believe in rules. They kill creativity and your self-expression.
However, to create elegant, sophisticated, and chic work outfits, it is good to incorporate a few basic rules to help you create proportional looks with your body and make sure that the colors flatter you well. These should be your “unique rules.”
When you want to create your look for a more casual occasion, be creative and express your individuality as much as possible. If you are confident and feel good in your skin and your outfit, I am sure you will look great too.
So take every rule with some reservation – you are aware of the rule, but you still want to try something new and see how it will look on you and make you feel.
Style is a life journey. It will change during your lifetime. You change as a person, so your style should also change.
Thank you for taking the time to visit. I’m excited for the journey ahead.