3 non-boring ways to style a pantsuit, according to Sonam, Disha and Ananya
You can conquer the boardroom without feeling like another brick in the wall
As much as we think dress codes are for school kids and Halloween parties, working in the corporate world requires you to look like a responsible adult who other people can trust with their money.
We’re lucky to have the option of draping a handloom sari or pulling out a crisp salwar kameez for the sake of variety. But for those days that call for a pantsuit, well… how do you wear one without looking like Hillary Clinton’s stunt double?
You could, perhaps, pull from Disha Patani’s lookbook and choose a pantsuit in an unexpected colour.
The lilac shade is your life raft in a sea of black and navy blue. And of course, more importantly, it’s Jason Momoa-approved.
Pair your colourful pantsuit with a neutral shirt and shoes, until you’re ready to turn up the volume on your individuality.
Wednesday might call for a day-to-night pantsuit, when you need to meet the girls for celebratory cocktails right after your panel discussion.
For occasions like this, Ananya Pandey’s corset pantsuit is a multitasking marvel. Now you can hit up happy hours without feeling like a government agent conducting an IT raid.
Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones whose work accrues frequent flyer miles. What happens when you have to hop off the red eye from London and straight into a client meeting in LA?
Master transitional clothing like the Kapoor sisters, Rhea and Sonam.
Style your pantsuit with sneakers for the plane ride over, make the switch to comfortable heels and load up on jewellery while in the Uber.
With first impressions in the bag, you can focus on making those millions, starting your own NGO and getting Meryl Streep to act in the screen adaptation of your autobiography.