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How Sen. Dianne Feinstein Rocked Seersucker on #ComeyDay

Senator Dianne Feinstein in seersucker hijacked my eyes.

I was watching former FBI director James Comey’s hearing on Thursday, while doing computer work, when Sen. Feinstein popped up onscreen and began her line of questioning.

In seersucker.

Extra points for pairing with a chunky pale peach beaded necklace – a modern take on classic pearls.

The democratic senator from California looked polished, yet unique compared to the myriad of dark suits in the room. Sen. Feinstein’s look read ‘appropriate yet different’. My brain woke up. Continue Reading →

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10 Amazing Corporate Holiday Party Outfit Ideas From Instagram

Can you believe it’s that time again?

Navigating what to wear to corporate events is a challenge when you have a packed schedule. As a woman in leadership, you want to look polished, yet current. You need to set yourself apart- without ” trying too hard”.

So, what are you wearing  to your company holiday party?

Here are 10  outfit ideas to create stunning outfits for every style personality and corporate holiday occasion:

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1. Highlow lace paired with ankle strap shoes. A powerful, feminine yet polished look. Lace, sheer, and ankle straps hit all the right style notes. Continue Reading →

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5 Signature Style Hacks From Hillary Clinton’s Iconic Style

According to Harper’s Bazaar, Hillary Clinton’s style is iconic.

How did iconic happen?

This developement proves the importance of having a signature style. I compare Hillary Clinton to advice in a recent book I read, The Power Of Style by Bobbie Thomas:

1. Style is about communication. And Kristina Shake, an accomplished communications professional, is part of Hillary Clinton’s team of image experts, according to The New York Times. For the first presidential debate on September 26th, Hillary donned her famous pantsuit uniform. In bold red, Clinton communicated excitement and power.  In red, Hillary Clinton commanded attention on the debate stage. Continue Reading →

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Les Lunes Winning Little Black Power Dress Review

When Paris based Les Lunes asked me to review their Gambetta dress, I immediately agreed.  Why?

It inspires me that Les Lunes is committed to helping strong women feel comfortable and confident in the boardroom through apparel.

The dress arrived. I got busy. A couple months passed.

I have to tell you, every time I wore this dress I received numerous compliments.

The doleman sleeves make this dress roomy under the arm. The fabric is soft, and forgiving to wear. Continue Reading →

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How This One Outfit Created A Surprising Opportunity To Lean In

I want to share this inspiring moment with you. My customer Christy had a number of prominent tech industry events in San Franscico. We styled looks for each event she was hosting, as well as new client interviews, and presentations. One of the dresses we chose for Christy was this beautiful Akris piece:

 

Right away when Christy donned this dress, I knew it was a dress for her.  Why? Because Christy stood taller. Christy is a confident woman, but when she put this dress on – Christy owned it!   Continue Reading →

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POPSugar’s 5 Best Corporate Holiday Party Looks For Leaders

 

What are you wearing to your corporate holiday party? Luckily POPSugar rounded up 31 amazing looks for office holiday parties! I analyzed them, and here are my favorite five for women in leadership.

 These holiday party looks are classic with a twist to keep you looking stylish while feeling powerful and confident:

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1. Bold Black and White- Always classy and powerful, you can never go wrong with black and white. The Valentino Rockstud pumps and Stella McCartney mini tote create subtle holiday party glam.

 

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2. Trouser Jeans And High-Neck Top-  For a smart casual party, this formula spells class and style. What makes this look work? The updated ankle length of the trouser jean, the elevated black blouse, and the festive gold ankle strap heels.

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8 Secrets of Great Profile Pictures

 

  As a woman in leadership, your profile picture is a representation of you in the virtual world. Your profile picture is what we see every time we interact with you online. We might even imagine your profile picture speaking to us as we read the words you type. source.

Also, social media profiles rank highly in search engine results when people google your name. source.  So think of your social media profile as your landing page for your brand.

Here are eight tips I learned, as I went about creating a better profile picture of my own:

1. Be your brand: If a professional headshot is too stuffy for your business, try to capture the essence of what you do in your profile pic. source Continue Reading →

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