Ewa is a young, calm, creative person, who loves handcraft, especially artistic technique of decoration called Decoupage. She had many different hobbies, but she started her adventure with handcraft in high school and she met decoupage for the first time during her florist course. Because of her struggle with disability and necessity of using lower limbs prosthesis, Ewa prefers effortless and comfortable style. For every woman the proper choice of outfit might be a challenge. If we’re going for a job interview or any business meeting, it’s important to follow few rules. That’s why today we decided to dress her in unusual way for her. Ewa presents a formal style, but with few casual elements, not so typical for a strict and uncomfortable, official dress code. It’s a perfect alternative for those, who appreciate comfort and soft fabrics. In official dress code it’s always important to use discreet colors. As the top of her outfit, instead of official white shirt, we suggested light, white blouse with long sleeve and decorative, silver buttons and suited jacket. Long, silver chain adds a bit of shine to this set of clothes. Styling is completed with black, chamois ballet flats with discreet strap as decoration. Makeup is light and delicate, adequate for a job interview or a business meeting.
Photosession: suit jacket and pencil skirt by H&M, white shirt with silver buttons by Stradivarius, jewellery by Reserved, chamois ballet flats with subtle decoration by Deichmann.