Co-Founder / Co-CEO of Try The World (www.trytheworld.com)
What are you wearing?
Blouse from a boutique in Spain, J. Crew wool pants, H&M blazer, Banana Republic pumps, Tissot watch, thrifted Michael Green handbag, gifted EmmaJoy necklace, and LimeCrime lipstick.
Why does it make you feel powerful?
I tend to combine colors and silhouettes that pop with a mix of high and low-quality items. By doing so, I convey the optimism, creativity, and courage that Try The World is all about.
How does fashion boost your confidence?
Given that I am very petite, finding clothing items that fit well and are comfortable is important to me. Additionally, I love wearing heels to feel more confident in important meetings. In the past, I have worked as a strategy consultant where it was necessary to look polished at all times. I now take pride in my fashion sense and enjoy adding personal touches to my wardrobe. I support Unknown Designers, as well as small businesses, by wearing usually one-of-a-kind items that pick up during my many international trips.
Any advice for dressing as a young CEO?
The role of a CEO is to establish the company’s image, ideals, and goals. Your clothing choices should reflect these values to your employees and customers. Do this by expressing yourself through your wardrobe and jewelry while maintaining a level of professionalism.
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