Like A Boss Lady

 Words by Laura Weber | Photography by Ian Martins

Words by Laura Weber | Photography by Ian Martins

There is nothing more inspiring than a woman in a position of power. The glass ceiling has been broken so here are a few looks to help you climb the ladder a little faster. And if you’re already a boss lady then these power looks will ensure you stay one.  

The Executive: 

Wearing a suit isn’t about being androgynous. You can still play with the boys in the big leagues while maintaining your femininity. For example a feminine blouse provides the perfect contrast against a traditional power suit. Don’t be afraid to let your hair down and show them who’s boss.  

Featuring Tiger of Sweden Emily Wool Blazer $469 and Mabel Wool Pants $259, Ecru Classic Blouse Pheasant Print $195


The Fashion Editor:

When trend-setters look to you for approval that’s a lot to live up to and dress to. As proven by many fashion editors - less is more. So if you want to look like you know more about fashion than anyone else in the room - don’t try too hard and think minimalism. Try colour blocking and remember you can never go wrong with a crisp white shirt. 

Featuring Ecru Skinny Beck Colour Block Pant $165, Sand Sandie Blouse $225 


The Gallery Owner:

Behind every successful artist there is an art dealer. If your business is art don’t make the mistake of dressing like the artist. Show your business sense with a staple black pencil skirt but shake it up with a bold print on top. Stick with structured, tailored pieces that show you're here to do business. 

Featuring Tiger of Sweden Dai Wool Skirt $209, J.Lindeberg Helena Smooth Drape Blouse $195