Glamorous and practical
Glamorous, comfortable, practical â suits are back in fashion. The first took them by Coco Chanel in 1929, wearing a suit of tweed, and after the war, women began to carry them to work. They changed over time â from those with broad shoulders of the eighties, to the narrow at the beginning of the 21st century. Today they are more diverse than ever. One is a classic, flat cut that stands for everyone, the others are inspired by the seventies, and the high waistcoats and wide socks are returned in the fashion, the third are pushing narrow socks up to half the articles.
â If you are buying high quality garments, it can show your commitment to business. However, the Hermes bag in the hands of a young girl can be a signal that she does not have to work if she does not want to. Thatâs why you just have to stop looking at everyone, says lawyer Kath Griffin, and also a fashion blogger for lawyers and bankers.
â Todayâs fashion is not favorable to suits, so suits are often worn daily by lawyers and politicians. However, if you work in a corporate environment, you should definitely have a quality suit that you will wear at meetings. Namely, you will work more businessally and more seriously â advises Ket Griffin.
â The impression you leave is that you spend a lot of time adjusting and tracking trends and it looks as if you care more about clothing than to work â says Michel Sterling, co-owner of Global Image Group.