The world which revolves around the office is changing, and with that so is the dress code. With offices becoming increasingly less “stuffy” environments, office wear is adapting. Dolce&Gabbana have a fantastic understanding of what the young professionals want to wear, both at work and at play.
Contemporary tailoring, when leather becomes sartorial
For SS12, Dolce&Gabbana have updated the suit with a novel look: the leather jacket. In essence, the trousers and vest remain classic, with modern twists such as a dropped crotch, for a more comfortable and young fit, while the blazer is replaced by a leather jacket.
The look is versatile, the leather jacket works both in a classic silhouette and in a newer version, more similar to a cardigan, with a V-neck. With the office ambiance changing, colour can be introduced into the wardrobe, and there’s no better way to do it than with a jewel hued leather jacket.
For the more classic young professional, or for the occasions which command a traditional suit, why not opt for a one button Gold suit, with thin notched lapels. To hone in on the trend and add a hint of colour choose a chocolate or indigo/purple hue with a contrasting thin tie.
The environment around the office is changing, the dress code and also technology used for work. With a huge variation and constant updating of essential gizmos, the covers and holders are becoming increasingly important and can become a way to make a statement.
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Written by: Valentina Zannoni
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