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Power Dressing

img_7789-e1415643989549img_77731-e1415648301428This week on The Chrissy B Show the theme was ‘power’ dressing and outfits that channel power and confidence. Sleek silhouettes, tailored blazers, luxurious fabrics and bold colours are key to power dressing.

Host Chrissy B is wearing a 2 piece “Paris” suit in red tweed fabric that was inspired by the famous bouclé jacket first popularised in the 1950’s by Coco Chanel and paired with a matching knee length skirt. The two piece suit is cut straight with a slight A-line to provide comfort and movement without compromising style.

img_7790-e1415645007311I went for a casual day look in black skinny jeans by Mother, ankle boots by Ash, and a button-up white shirt with collar detail by Vivienne Westwood. The outfit is immediately smartened and made chic by layering a tailored blazer overtop. I chose a black blazer by Danish brand Munthe that has a touch of sparkle in it for the holiday season. Maegan is wearing a casual look with military img_7786-e1415647781772referencing. She is wearing special waxy army print jeans by Citizens of Humanity paired with Ash three buckle boots and a silk top by Pyrus.

Luxe fabrics are a must in power dressing and the square pocket detail img_7834-e1415647717250keep with the military theme. Remember the most important thing when power dressing is to feel
confident and comfortable in what you are wearing and hold yourself in a manner that is confident and poised.

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Cynthia Gregoire

The Chrissy B Show gives a special thanks to Question Air Boutique for providing the wardrobe for Chrissy for the Monday and Wednesday shows. Question Air are an independent boutique in London with a philosophy to deliver established and emerging designers to a fashion conscious consumer. To find out more, visit www.question-air.com

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