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Anna Heinrich

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Dressed for Success

I Love / The Edit
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In my day job as a lawyer, I place a high importance on dressing well. A lot of my friends also see dressing as one of the keys to success in the corporate world. With the importance of dressing, from time-to-time I still face the morning meltdowns and dilemmas when “I have nothing good to wear!!”.In the city, I also find myself admiring people who are wearing sophisticated, coordinated and chic outfits.


Starting a wardrobe capsule (buying multiple pieces at once) or adding a few new pieces can inject new life to your wardrobe. I am a big believer in buying classic work pieces which won’t date before the next season and that can be worn again throughout the week. While I love the luxe pieces above (and would be very accommodating to a walk-in-wardrobe full of them), dressing for work doesn’t need to break the bank. These 10 pieces can be worn in so many ways. If you invest in one or two statement pieces like a coat, you will wear these all time (reducing the cost per wear of course).


A day in the office as a lawyer can involve a surprising amount of running around so I always need a large sized bag for work to bring my necessities from one place to another. I rely on the right accessories including sleek chic heels and sunglasses for those sunny morning walks to work and (rare) long lunches. If heels are not your thing, try mules as they have a wider heel which makes it easier to wear all day. Of course, no outfit is complete without a splash of blush coloured lipstick.


While I love colour on the weekends, I wear quite a lot of black to work because it screams corporate professionalism and also works well with 99.9% of my work wardrobe.


It is more of a subconscious stereotyping factor that what you wear to work and how you present your self does influence the way people hear what you say. I have found that if you want to stand out from the competition, you need to be dressed well and look the part at work. Of course, I always seem to feel better about myself when I haven’t had morning frustrations searching through a floor-robe of ill-fitting options and especially when people compliment me on my new purchases. The look good / feel good factor does exist whether we like it or not.


If I could dress in designer items everyday I would however I know the importance of economical shopping. I think it is far more important to invest in pieces which allow you to have multiple wearable options so dressing well for work becomes a breeze. I have put together a set of pieces which work interchangeably and won’t leave you hanging out for your next pay instalment.












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