Associate digital producer at Powell Tate/Weber Shandwick
What she does: I work in digital communications and spend my days providing strategic counsel for online communications campaigns for government, nonprofit, and corporate clients.
Describe your work style: Clothing is a medium through which to tell your story—your personal brand—without having to say a word. I want my style to convey that I’m a creative person. Creativity is important at an agency, especially in the ever-evolving digital space. I work in a casual environment, so I like to have fun with what I wear. I like to think outside the normal constraints of fashion, and I think you can accomplish that with statement pieces.
Outfit One: A Typical Day at the Office
I like to dress up for no good reason other than wanting to wear what’s in my closet. I love the way this leather skirt looks against the bold print on my tights, and then how my tights speak to my necklace. The basic gray tee is a canvas, and the platform booties? Major.
Vintage leather skirt, H&M T-shirt, Target tights, Claire’s necklace, Rachel Zoe shoes.
Outfit Two: Brainstorming
When it comes to drumming up new ideas, thinking outside the box is a requirement. I draw so much from my clothes, and this look definitely fuels my creativity. I love how there’s a little burst of color on both my shoes and my necklace, but the real focus is the coral peplum skirt.
H&M skirt and top, Zara shoes, Forever 21 necklace.
Outfit Three: Client Meeting
Forever 21 wide-leg pants, Zara blouse, Steve Madden shoes.
Outfit Four: Compiling Reports
H&M pants, Forever 21 cardigan, Brian Atwood shoes.
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