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Dressing modestly while maintaining fashion freedom has always been an issue many girls face.
Office wear should be a no-brainer since like any institution, standard offices have rules governing what constitutes “professional”. While such limitations should make choices clear and simple, it is ironically quite the opposite. It is quite a feat to turn-up looking professional without sacrificing style to the demons of dystopian fashion.
“Dressing appropriately” seems an oxymoron since fashion is an expression of creativity. Being “appropriate” suggests we must conform to someone else’s rules.
Christian Dior once said “Every woman should have something pink in her wardrobe. It is the colour of happiness.” While we are certainly with Dior on this one, the significance of a pink OOTD is also a symbol of breast cancer awareness for us this month.
Meet Eunice Tan, this month’s Girlsourced Ambassador.
But first, why suits?
With the rise of female entrepreneurs and the #girlboss movements taking place, we have seen a large number of high-powered women adopting suits.
Meet Anna Chan, this month’s Girlsourced Ambassador and a Certified Life Coach.
This month we feature Danielle Champagne, co-founder of The Green Collective SG and proud owner of sustainable fashion brand Zhai Eco aiming to make sustainability mainstream.