The Woman: Meghana
San Francisco is a weird place for work style because the primary apparel staple is a Patagonia and jeans! I love playing with colors and styles and never conformed to the laidback Bay Area style. My places of work have typically been business casual to flat-out casual, but I never really gave up on my personal taste which usually involves heels, slacks, dresses, and a closet (or two!) full of handbags. I definitely get some looks (and always get asked if I’m a New Yorker!!) being in a sea of casual clothes but I stay true to who I am. You’ll never see me without my hair or nails done and I love dressing up to work (and wherever I go) – it helps me focus and feel in-the-zone.
Her Advice: I think young women wondering about work fashion should stop wondering and be yourself! Clothes and fashion should bring out the best “you” wherever you are- especially at the workplace. Wear something that makes you feel fabulous, and I promise that whatever it is, it’ll bring out the confidence you need to be your full and fabulous self!
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This dress is all about comfort and is great for a tech event or a happy hour. It’s a simple, low maintenance outfit that you can throw on on your way out the door that still looks put together and chic. Wearing a pair of beige pumps adds a level of class to the look to make it perfect for a happy hour as well. Though the dress is too short for a typical office environment, we’ve provided some great alternatives below so that you can also rock this look.