POWER DRESSING BY EXPRESSSeptember 26, 2011
This post brought to you by Express. All opinions are 100% mine.
When the then Philippine president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo took first office at Malacanang Palace in 2001 she was a picture of a lowly housewife who accidentally became the nation’s most powerful woman – but her looks at that time pronounce contrary, you can see her in bold floral outfit, baggy jeans and pony-tailed hair – there was no resemblance of power and authority just by plainly looking at her.
Months later, she was repackaged by her stylist and transformed her into a real woman of power; she had her hair pixied, and began filling her wardrobe with solid-colored-tailored women’s suits. Though petite, her physical looks was transformed into a woman of competence, assertiveness and oozing power ready to dominate the world.
I’ve never doubted the ideas brought by the Science of Dressing, power women's suits can truly transform a mere female into a woman of authority, competence, confidence by making-up the wardrobe. In today’s space and time where competition is stiff, every woman should have an edge over the other, especially in the workplace.
We women don’t need to be a president to dress authoritatively, besides it’s quiet expensive to maintain such a full closet, most modern office women now are also women on the go, so it’s important to choose the kind of suits that are very functional – in the sense that you can use it to convey an impression of assertiveness and on some occasions convey an impression of romance and softness.
Did you know that you can get all these at Express? Yes, Express has the widest selection of women’s suits available, in fact they aren’t just suits – they are functional ones, you can use them at work and even at parties after work.
And here’s the cool part, buying your power suits at Express gets you a chance to win a whooping $500 suiting make-over, all you have to do is enter Express sweepstakes and you’re on your way to having a power closet. So don't waste time and Join now.
Ladies, if I may ask, which among those two suits you like best? At what events you’d like to wear them to look like ‘a woman in power’? I value your ideas; I appreciate it if you can share. Thank You.
Posted by verna luga
She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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