A few days ago, The Sun reported on a survey undertaken by Stylecompare.co.uk, a fashion website, that found that about six out of 10 bosses cited women showing too much cleavage as the ultimate fashion offence.
The UK’s honours system tends to incite powerful emotions.
Thank you to Carla Guerra for her comment on the post about La DressCode. Her nomination of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg for our informal female style awards got me musing about another of my passions – the world of fast-growth entrepreneurs, especially game-changers and technology superstars.
Just two weeks since I posted on the thorny issue of how to dress for the office, a 43-page guide from UBS on what to wear has in recent days rivalled weather reports and WikiLeaks in search term popularity.
The trouser suit is back: Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and now even Julia Roberts (who wore a white Stella McCartney pant suit to the première of Eat Pray Love a few months ago) are all high-profile advocates of what many associate as the ne plus ultra of power dressing for women at the top.