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Style scale tips 1

  1. 1. Indian Style Scale Part- II<br />
  2. 2. “While clothes may not make the woman, they certainly have a strong effect on her self-confidence - which, I believe, does make the woman”<br />Mary Kay Ash<br />
  3. 3. Life is hard for a working woman<br />To balance an extremely demanding corporate job<br />And a family life with various roles to play- mother, wife, partner, hostess, daughter-in –law etc…<br />
  4. 4. How to manage different roles and leave the right impression too<br />Professionally the sari and in silk and cotton is a splendid option <br />But too inconvenient <br />Majority find the salwarkameez most convenient, safe and multifaceted.<br />But doesn’t look professional and sharp<br />So what should a woman wear that will be acceptable yet professional and Sensible too!!!<br />
  5. 5. Image Consulting Business Institutehas managed an option that will bridge between your sense of comfort and ethics and looking sharp and professional<br />We have used our alliance with Judith Rasband, Image Master, ConselleInstitute Director, to create the Indian Style Scale from Business to Casual Dress<br />We have created The Indian Style Scale- using the Sari and our very own SalwarKameez as the base<br />
  6. 6. Levels of dressing<br />We have created a Style Scale that goes from level 1 to level 4 and many points in between to suit your authoritative imagery and the message that you want to communicate with your dressing<br />
  7. 7. Tailored Level 4<br />Our own Sari but worn with a Matched Jacket <br />Most formal at all Levels<br />The straight lines, angular shapes, darker colours, the border adds a hint of a geometric pattern<br />It has a collar and is long sleeved as well<br />Due to it’s lack of a dark-light contrast it may drop a few notches to 4.7<br />Messages sent out will be credible, persuasive, precise, stable and in a certain level of office<br />
  8. 8. Tailored-Level 4<br />A Tunic over Cigarette Pants, its structured form, straight lines, buttons in the form of geometric patterns etc.<br />Sends out a very formal message despite it’s resemblance to our very own salwarkameez<br />A sure style statement giving you undoubted edge<br />
  9. 9. Softly Tailored Level 3<br />A Jacket - an un-matched suit, this outfit speaks of authority in an accessible way.<br />You can be influential, capable, consistent and dependable as someone a little less formal<br />This too is a tailored outfit with a few untailored elements added just to soften the look<br />And though the sari is supreme, the tunic and cigarette pants make quite a statement as well <br />
  10. 10. Casually Tailored- Level 2<br />The cue here is an essential Collar<br />A lot less formal - The efficient mix of tailored and untailored elements make it more famously know as the Business Casual look.<br />This outfit communicates that you are approachable, very functional, flexible, cooperative, informal and relaxed<br />
  11. 11. Un-Tailored Level 1<br />The Un-tailored outfit- indication being the absence of a collar-communicates that you are available, unofficial for sure, agreeable, responsive, casual, easy going<br />It is in absolute contrast to our Level 4 which communicates high authority and credibility<br />The Un-tailored is apt for casual at home, work out or sportswear<br />Worn primarily for comfort it can well be pulled up to a business casual level by just adding a layer in the form of a scarf or by using a duller wardrobe neutral colour, firmer fabric or even by creating a dark light contrast<br />
  12. 12. Make a Statement<br />Hopefully our picture presentation of an efficient, effective, useable Indian wardrobe for every level will help you now design and create the Style that you desire<br />Communicate all you want just by exchanging and intermixing the key design elements and you’ve made a statement<br /> Go on ladies……… get noticed ! <br />

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