Woman in suits

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Image 1 : ASOS Pleat detail soft short in mini jacquard spot Extracted from : http://www.asos.com/asos/asos-pleat-detail-soft-in-mini-jacquard-spot/prd/7718506

 

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Image 2 : Asos tailored crepe suit in slate blue Extracted from : http://www.asos.com/asos-tailored-crepe-suit-in-slate-blue/grp/13671

 

 

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Image 3 : Asos elasticated mansy culotte Extracted from : http://us.asos.com/asos/asos-elasticated-mansy-culotte/prd/7718510

 

 

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Image 4 : Asos mix & match tailored suit in black Extracted from : http://www.asos.com/asos-mix-match-tailored-suit-in-black/grp/14782

 

 Working in a corporate office atmosphere doesn’t always allow for much variation in your wardrobe. Essentially, nothing says ‘in charge’ or ‘powerful’ more than a business suit. However, it can get boring putting on the same basic pieces each day and only highlighting different color combinations. Fortunately, fashion designers are making their mark on women’s business suits and changing them to meet the style demands of modern women by honing in on industry-wide trends and design elements.
Traditional women’s business suits focus around the colors black, brown, and navy. These are great colors to have, but consider them just basics. Designers are now combining different colors, such as black skirts with a red jacket, as well as using different colors within the jackets and skirts themselves. This keeps the wardrobe more interesting and exudes a modern appeal in your attire.
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