Solid Color Inspiration from Fall TV

Solid Color Inspiration from Fall TV

Career networking is all about first impressions but how can beginners outshine the pros? The answer lies in fashion. Step away from your dotted chiffon and learn from the stars of your favorite fall TV shows and their solid color wardrobes.

Olivia Pope from Scandal is becoming quite the fashion icon. Here she manages to pull off opposite color tones in a single outfit. So ladies, don’t be intimidated by plain colors. They not only bring fierceness to your look but also help maintain a clean, professional look.

Olivia Pope, Scandal

(ABC/CRAIG SJODIN)
(ABC/CRAIG SJODIN)

Want to present a sense of maturity during the interview? Take style ques from Alicia Florrick in The Good Wife and chose nude colors! Whether it’s leather or wool, neutral colors show off the fine texture of the fabric. When wearing matching pieces, the pros stick to the same color palette to create a stronger visual effect.

Alicia Florrick, The Good Wife

Photo: Jeff Neumann ©2014 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Photo: Jeff Neumann ©2014 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Is Zelda Vasco the next Audrey Hepburn or what? The young girl from A to Z not only has the classic Hepburn look with her brown hair and stunning features but she also owns the Hepburn style. With solid colored dresses, her wardrobe radiates elegance. A few pieces of jewelery add the perfect touch to a killer Zelda Vasco inspired career outfit.

Zelda Vasco, A to Z

Photo from the episode "C is for Curiouser and Curiouser" (c) NBC
Photo from the episode “C is for Curiouser and Curiouser” (c) NBC

What are you waiting for? Follow this falls solid color trend for your upcoming interview or networking event and you’ll surely make a good lasting impression.

Huixin Xian

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