What to Wear: Connect Edition

By Betty Ann Graham, August 16, 2019

Nicole CorleyDirector, Meetings & Events, Connect

“My style for events is professional, feminine and comfortable. I look at fashion as a way to express myself. If I feel confident about my outfit, I am more likely to have a positive attitude, and this usually ends up reflecting in my work.”

Why it’s important to dress the part: “As a young professional, it’s really important to look the part so you are taken seriously, but you can still do this while incorporating your own style.

Take it from her: “I try to look my best at events because I’m representing myself as well as my company.”

The look: “My go-to look is black-flared pants with a business-casual blouse; Tieks are life-changing!”

Her Picks:

1. Krystal earrings, $38, Bauble Bar
2. Floral top, $295, Rebecca Taylor
3. Black wide leg pant, $110, Banana Republic
4. Robinson tote, $298, Tory Burch
5. Blush Patent flats, $195, Tieks 

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