The strangers you know

We start off this week with the Corporate style of lawyer, Mikkeli.

Corporate Mikkeli

Mikkeli wears:
Black Suit – DDM (from Korea)
Brown Belt – Guess
Shirt – tailor-made in Korea
Green Tie & Cuff links – Bvlgari
Shoes – Hugo Boss
Watch – Baume & Mercier Geneve

Many thanks to my friend Lara of Wardrobe Wonderland who was the one who spotted Mikkeli’s sharp suiting and accessorising whilst I had my back turned trying to work out how to use Melbourne’s bike share system! On Lara’s prompting I ran after Mikkeli and got a pleasant surprise when he turned around and I recognised him as he is also a friend of mine! Which gets me to thinking about the number of times that I may have been so busy in my own thoughts that I’ve mistaken friends for random strangers…

What do you think of Mikkeli’s corporate style? Have you been caught out not recognising your friends whilst you were out and about?

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    1. I have been surprised on many occasions when I have seen friends in their business attire. Their choices of what they wear to work compared to their choices outside of work is very pleasing. Two close friends on different ooccasions 1 male and 1 female with similar styling. The male friend was in that wall street look with nice tailored trousers, fitted shirt, great tie and a very stylish pair of braces. I was shocked. He looked great but I never expected to see him in a pair of braces. Then for my female friend very similar. Unbelievable pair of black wide leg tuxedo trousers that took my breath away paired with a stunning silver satin shirt with slight ruffles down the front and a nice pair of cufflinks but then a pair of thin but not too thin button on braces that were of a satin look but but stretchy and of course a great pair of heels. She had people turning heads every where. I loved it so much I added a very similar look to my wardrobe for work.

    2. The suit fits really well accentuating the V-body figure, with pants well-cut to complement the slim 6-footer. Can never go wrong with brown on specs, belt and shoes. Tortoise-shell specs are timeless.

    3. *wolf whistle* i’d rough that up! The green’s fresh and not too bold, the specs, belt, shoes are good contrasts (and humble enough for work). lovely tones for this spring

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