Glam Talk: What Does The Word “Power” Mean?

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Girl power: three women define dressing in their own authoritative terms.  

To round up our Power Dresser Issue this October, who better to talk to than three of our very own women in authority — in looks from The Outnet, no less — and find out what the word “power” means to them. Ahead: in conversation with Creative Director Kersie Koh, Associate Business Director Jessie Loy, and Editor Becks Ko. 

Kersie Koh, Creative Director 

kersieinoutnet01Kersie Koh in Iris & Ink Floral Print Silk-Georgette Blouse, £116.67 ( & Wrap Leather & Suede Skirt

A day in the life of a Creative Director…

I get into the office at nine in the morning after sending my youngest kid to kindergarten. I would then enjoy my quiet moment clearing emails and going through daily system reports to monitor key metrics.

Depending on the day of the week, I would usually be doing a few of these activities: regional management calls, work-in-progress meetings with my core teams in technology and content and community; site feature testing and product tuning wire-framing, attending brand events to network or meeting potential partners and investors.

On the definition of “power”…

Power means waking up with a clear and positive mind, knowing exactly what you need to do for the day, embracing the unexpected, enjoying quality moments with those that matter, and going to bed happy.

On her personal style when it comes to power dressing…

I feel most comfortable in firm fabrics and structured cuts. I prefer black, navy, blue and white for work. I love florals, prints and colours on the weekends with my family.

On the finishing touch to her outfit…

I usually like to have just one feature accessory. Mostly it will be a chucky ring, otherwise a statement necklace. With the Iris & Ink blouse, the pussy bow is the perfect accessory. It’s powerful and pretty at the same time.

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