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“Let­ting one thing be the hero – like a state­ment neck­lace – is re­ally im­por­tant.” – Sophia Amoruso, founder of Nasty­gal.com “Hand­bags are like busi­ness cards for women. It says a lot about you – if you’re fun, con­ser­va­tive or like to take risks. I eval­u­ate all those things when hir­ing some­one.” – Roopal Pa­tel, fash­ion di­rec­tor, Saks Fifth Av­enue “Wide-leg trousers are re­ally el­e­gant. You can bal­ance them out with some­thing more low-key, like a T-shirt or pol­ish them with a jacket.” – Sarah Slut­sky, stylist “Pay at­ten­tion to things like a sharp ipad case. If you’re that de­tailed in dress­ing your­self, the mes­sage is that you’ll be de­tailed on the job.” – Dr Jen­nifer Baum­gart­ner, clin­i­cal psy­chol­o­gist

“Al­ways have a jacket with you. You never know who you may be in­tro­duced to – and it could be some­one very se­nior.” – Toni Thomp­son, ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of hu­man re­sources, Condé Nast

Trousers H&M R529 ipad mini case my­i­s­tore.co.za R999

Blazer mango R1 399

Bag Zara R859

Neck­lace Wool­worths R150

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