So here is the full outfit post for the picture I posted on Friday on Instagram as part of the #GentlemanFriday campaign for the movie “The Intern” auf deutsch Man Lernt Nie Aus (Go watch the movie!!! It’s so so good).
The first thing I associate with a Gentleman is a suit. Classic. Mostly a business man. He’s educated, well mannered and knows how to treat a lady. He has values and principles. And class.
There’s nothing more attractive than a man in a suit.
As part of the #GentlemanFriday I was asked to interpret a female look.
A lady. My mind instantly wandered to a woman in body con dress, not too short – that length that grazes the knees, simple yet elegant. Funny thing, again I associated being a lady with being a business lady, educated, strong, a level of sophistication and class. It’s the way she carries herself, not just her groomed outer appearance but also her beautiful well kept soul. She is her own boss. She is strong on so many levels. But above all she is a do-er and she works endlessly. If it’s from her office at work, at home keeping her family together or building her own business step by step online or elsewhere. She follows her dreams. She is the modern lady.
I’ve always looked up to that woman.
I’ve always looked up to that woman. She is my ultimate #goals. Although with the change of society and what’s viewed as business, endless startups and more and more casual attire at the workspace, I still associate anything Rachel, Donna and Jessica wear on Suits(best freaking show ever! Lord please send me a Harvey Spectre!) with a classic business lady.
It has something to do with sophistication and being decent. With a level of class. With tradition.
There’s nothing that beats a clean look. And a man in a suit!
..Except for a man in a suit with stubbles!
Oh that makes me weak. *sigh*