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What to wear for the boardroom: power-dressing for today's world

Jacket (HK$27,500) and skirt (HK$27,500), both by Celine. Cashmere-lined leather gloves (HK$2,350) by Ines Gloves. Earrings (HK$8,500) by Giorgio Armani. Kangaroo-leather boots (HK$14,900) by Givenchy.

Jacket (HK$20,500) by Dolce & Gabbana. Leather bolo tie (HK$3,400) and lycra leggings (HK$2,300), both by Versace. Ankle boots (HK$7,100) by Celine.

Tent dress and pumps, both by Calvin Klein 205W39NYC.

Wool jacket (HK$15,450) by Versace. Apron-style sleeveless coat (HK$61,500) by Hermes. Skirt (HK$25,000) by Bottega Veneta. Earrings (HK$2,890) by Dinosaur Designs. Leather shoes (HK$1,370) by Lacoste.

Coat (HK$24,000), dress (HK$6,750), cashmere knitwear (HK$13,600), shoes (HK$7,100) and poplin overprint top, all by Prada (inquiries: 2522 2989).

Left: leather trench coat by Chanel (inquiries: 3900 2760). Sheer tights (HK$235) by SockShop. Pumps (HK$5,000) by Mulberry.

Houndstooth jacket (HK$32,700), matching trousers (HK$14,000) and earrings (HK$11,900), all by Alexander McQueen.

This article originally appeared on the South China Morning Post (SCMP).

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