A few weeks earlier I was invited by the renowned men’s shirts brand PYE to have a sharing on men and ladies’ grooming for work at PriceWaterCoopers. I talked about the optimal wardrobe – meaning how many and what kinds of clothes you really need for work. There is always a good reason to clean up the closet, and start to think and pick which are the essential items to properly invest on.
Menswear is somehow giving people an impression of a lot of limitations, but I think it has even more room of flexibility and playfulness as there is a basic framework to start with – you won’t go too far, as long as you stick with quality materials and fit.
A good quality with the right materials, collar shape, buttons, cuff, fit – makes a whole lot of difference. This one is from PYE, and I’m not hard selling… I am in love with their solid color shirts (yes, it’s menswear but I wear them as shirt-dresses) in the wrinkle-free series. One classic color with a bit of “depth” is all you need!
A few pictures from the PwC Grooming Session where I was sharing a few tips on the wardrobe and how to spot good suits and shirts.
I wrote a bit about menswear and the fun within the “normality” framework at CUPPA Magazine – just out this month.
The Grooming Session brought me back to the corporate world and I have to say it is very exciting! Can’t wait for more collaborations on the topic! Thank you PYE!
As a daughter of an entrepreneur and being one herself, Grace has lived and learned all sides of creating and growing businesses. She is excited to bring all that life experience as well as 7 years of crafting content to G Edition, her very own edition of experience sharing in work and travel. She is a full-time bag designer and manufacturer, part-time traveler, and a lover of creative crafts.