Before buying your next suit, read some of Sumissura's guidelines about finding a well-fitted suit to your shape.
One of the wardrobe items that you’ll find in every woman’s closet, or at least almost every woman’s closet, is a dress. As the saying goes, “Every woman needs a little black dress.” Now whether in black or any other color, there’s a dress for any and every occasion – day dress, work dress, summer dress, party dress, evening gown… the list is endless. Not only are there dresses for every occasion, there are a myriad of dresses with varying lengths, cuts, fabrics and necklines to choose from. With all the options available, we’re giving you a quick guide on some of the more common neckline styles to help you with your next dress purchase.
You've created the best CV, learned everything about the company, passed all the online tests and bagged yourself the interview of your dream job! This is the ultimate opportunity to show off your skills and talent face to face and really let yourself shine. You've all heard the phrase dress to impress right? That's never been more appropriate when it comes to interviews. The right combination of attire, accessories and shoes helps you to leave a lasting impression on the recruiter and shows them how invested you are into securing the job. So, keep reading to find 5 tips to create the best business outfit for a job interview.
An old time favorite, the asymmetrical neckline is back. In the past year, the trend was seen in the collections of no less than Tom Ford, Christian Dior, Stella McCartney and Ralph Lauren, just to name a few. It then comes as no surprise that it has since made several appearances on red carpets, celebrity events and street style images. A big summer trend, it’s still going strong as the year comes to an end, with a continued presence in the most recent ready to wear collections shown by designers Oscar de la Renta, David Koma, Brandon Maxwell and Alaïa. There’s no question that it’s the next style you’ll want to wear yourself.
The most important rule of tailored clothing is that it must fit your body perfectly. Nothing looks as sloppy as an ill-fitted suit or dress, and at the same time nothing will make you feel as confident as clothes that are designed for the unique shape of your body. They aren’t called power suits for nothing! Whether you’re a size 36 or a size 44, you need to try wearing custom made-to-measure clothes at least once in your life. You won’t regret it.
Sometimes it seems as though men have it easier when following a set dress code; they put on a suit and they’re all set. If the situation is formal, they add a tie. If it's less formal, they lose the tie. But what about us women? What should we wear? A suit and tie? Sure! Why not?