Dressing for success is a thing of everyday for Christina Davis, a Field Marketing Manager and a fashion blogger at Classtige
What makes your personal style unique?
The name Classtige comes from the words "class" and "prestige" - two words that have described my style as long as I can remember. My looks always lean to the side of glamorous and classy. I love dressing up, so you will rarely find me underdressed for anything. I usually have to make an effort to "dress down," but even then I still look like I'm going out with the girls. At the same time, I maintain a sense of innovation and prestige. I like experimenting with different styles and textures in my looks to keep redefining Classtige as I can't stand being boring! Indian fusion wear is another avenue I'm exploring with Classtige, because as much as I love my Indian clothes I hate that I can't wear them all the time. Integrating pieces into fusion looks allow me to maintain that sense of classy Western wear, while holding onto my culture.
What does power dressing and workwear mean to you?
A power outfit gives me confidence. When I have important meetings, I love throwing on a bold color to show that I'm not afraid to handle business. My go-to power outfit has always been a red suit, because red compliments my skin tone and makes me feel powerful. A power outfit means something different to everyone, so whatever that is I hope my followers embrace it to feel more confident, and boost their success in the workplace.
Why should people invest time into dressing up in the morning?
Looking good naturally boosts confidence. With increased confidence, we are able to attack every day tasks with a more positive mentality, and in the long run we are more successful. I believe that this is where the term "dress for success" comes from. Dressing up, putting makeup on, and wearing Jimmy Choos to the office isn't just about looking like a badass babe. It's about creating that unique look for the individual that makes him or her FEEL amazing.
I loved Christina's take on power dressing and how she offset her look solely by the ebony setting in the jewelry! Also take note as to how nonchalantly she paired two solid, light hues.
Show us how your workwear style or how you would wear statement jewelry to work by hashtag-ing #ShopMiraya!
Have a wonderful week y'all!
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Miraya originated as a concept magazine for a Publishing class, but much of it now exists online and has been adapted for this blog. The core remains intact, and that is to explore the changing landscape of contemporary Indian fashion through the international lens, engaging readers in a creative juxtaposition between tradition and modernity. It is spearheaded by the Founder and Creative Director, Namrata Loka.
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Founder & Creative Director