Incredibly this link comes to me from my husband who was watching NY Times cooking videos yesterday and said "You'd find this interesting."
And yes I did, for its take on the continual dilemma for working women who want to look professional but not too dressed-for-work. In other words look like themselves, and as competent women, look like they are wearing their clothes and not the other way round. A few silly things here, like the fringed belt, but all the white shirts and the significance of a good tailored coat useful.
Thought you might enjoy this.
- I am a mother, a new grandmother, and a teacher. But whatever happens in my life, I keep sewing. I have worked as a political communicator and now as a teacher in my formal life. I have also written extensively on sewing. I have been a frequent contributor and contributing editor of Threads magazine and I write a monthly humour/sewing column for the Australian magazine Dressmaking with Stitches. My first book Sew.. the garment-making book of knowledge will be published in May 2018 and is available for pre-order from Amazonhttps://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=barbara+emodi&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Abarbara+emodi