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Stylist Tina Durisseaux shows you how to create a sophisticated and fresh look to wear to work during the daytime hours, ...
with clothing you can feel good in from 9:00 to 5:00.
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Tina Durisseaux: Hello! My name is Tina Durisseaux, CEO and celebrity stylist for Eunice Style Fashion Consulting. And we are here today at the beautiful Pieces Boutique in Silver Spring Maryland. With me I have the lovely model Karina, and we are going to actually be showing you how to take your basic black business suit from day to evening. We are going to start off with the basic black suit that comes from pieces. This is actually a Pieces's original and we are going to start off with the jacket here you see Karina is wearing a basic black jacket that's tailored inside of the waist. She also has a nice pencil skirt, which can also be substituted for a pair of black dress slacks. And we have a white collared shirt, which I sometime like to also substitute it with a nice cami. As you can see if Karina has a nice little camisole under her white collared shirt, which actually gives two or three different looks depending on what you are trying to do in your day look.
This basically gives us a wide variety of what you can wear in the day time that will give you a powerful look, but a more upscale and classy look while you are at work. We decided to go with this basic black beautiful black suit, because we know that in every women's closet that we have always our black jacket, our black pencil skirt or a black skirt, black pants and a white collared shirt. So we decided to go with something that any woman can go in their closet and find. So with that we are going to take this, we are going to take our black business suit and we are going to take it, and we are going to take away Pieces to show you, how you can go to your evening look.