Just Lyla By Zahra Lyla | Boardroom Chic
Zahra Lyla of Just Lyla shows us how to work a chic office look for meeting in Paris.
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Boardroom Chic In Paris

Location: Paris, France

Meeting, meetings, meetings! That is what I spend most of my days doing. As a blogger, I am always out and about meeting with brands and clients for potential projects. I actually love that part of my job as I get a chance to meet a lot of exciting people and discuss equally exciting ideas.

But sometimes, it can be a little difficult dressing the part. Yes, as a fashion blogger, you should look chic and trendy but when it comes to meeting with clients that are more corporate than fashion, you need to keep your shredded jeans in the closet.

So when I was in Paris recently, I had a meeting with the top guns of a corporate company which meant I had to think ‘boardroom chic’ when it came to my look.

I decided to wear a white wide-legged trousers by Michael Kors with a simple gray t-shirt. Tshirt, you gasp? Well, I still wanted to look like myself and not be too corporate looking. You don’t always have to wear a shirt to look office ready. I added a well fitted coat to really elevate the look and make it look that little bit more polished.

My monochrome E6 clutch by Baraboux fit the look perfectly, don’t you think? And of course I added a tiny bit of color {and understated fun} with my Gianvito Rossi heels.

P.S. The meeting went very well!

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Photography by Alix de Beer