Remember the 90s when shoulder pads used to be a thing? Our Western female counterparts had it so bad when it came to corporate clothing – stiff clothing, poor tailoring, uncomfortable and itchy fabrics…. the reasons for not wearing suits to the office were plenty. But times are changing and today, even women in India have begun wearing suits to the office, and this article is a boon for those looking for places to get information on fashion regarding pantsuits.
Pantsuits are going to make a comeback this season. But why?
Because designers have begun taking notice of this often ignored piece of office clothing, which has great versatility to offer, especially in winters. And those following fashion of celebrities closely will have noticed that he number of actresses rocking pantsuits on the red carpet has increased drastically too.
A suit is a great option for those women who do not have the time or the patience to accessorize their looks every single day while going to their offices. A pantsuit is a ready to wear outfit with minimum hassles, and if you want to play it safe, all you have to do is buy a pant and jacket that match in colour, and wear a white shirt underneath it. This Spring/Summer, you will witness a variety of colours, shapes, fabrics and silhouettes when it comes to these corporate clothing; especially tea length pants paired with short jackets.
And guess what? You need not restrict your pantsuits to just wearing them at the office. Wear a plunging V-neck sheer shirt underneath your coat or opt for the skinny cut pantsuits with really high heels – you’ll look effortlessly sexy and chic wherever you go!
Classic suits will never go out of style, so if you’re someone who’d rather play safe when it comes to fashion, then we’d highly suggest for you to invest in a classic suit. Opt for dark colours like navy blue, dark grey or black – because they suit all sorts of occasions and when worn with different shirts underneath, they give you the option of versatility without having to go overboard. Check out the collections presented by Nanette Lepore and Paul Smith at the London Fashion Week 2015 for creative inspiration. For those who feel mildly experimental, they can opt for gorgeous zipped jackets (as showcased by Markus Lupfer)
Pants with stripes are another option, and Richard Nicoll & Paco Rabanne created suits that came with contrasting stripes. Stripes are a boon for ladies with thicker legs, because they help make their legs appear slimmer along with giving them an appearance of added height.
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