Tin wears the Kotka cropped top in reverse and pairs it with her own army green ruffled skirt for contrast.
For Tin Coquiero, Rockwell's Assistant VP and General Manager for Retail, love for fashion comes naturally. I've been a follower ever since she caught my eye in STU's feed and became an instant fan of her personal style, defined in her own words, "classic & feminine added with a bit of playfulness and edge." Tin, a huge fan of patterns, details and textures shares, "I love asymmetric cuts, fringe, lace, leather, chiffon and if I could, I'd wear them all at the same time!" Love a girl with confidence and enthusiasm in finding joy in dressing.
Her strategy in styling the pieces I chose was to make it "wearable without being predictable. I mixed solids and patterns, injected details that I love like ruffles and fringe with minimal layering, topped off with my work shoes to give it the corporate touch."
Being a busy mom and wife, I wanted to know her take on planning her wardrobe for the week. "There are days when I plan my outfits the night before but sometimes, I just dress according to my mood that morning." Her advice? "Think of yourself as the newly appointed fashion editor of a magazine. Dressing in a corporate setting doesn't have to be boring, nor does it mean you have to wear branded head to toe, but rather knowing what looks good on you and relying on your creativity in putting outfits together. Invest in good heels and a good haircut to complete the package."
Tin's parting words for women in corporate who are at a loss wardrobe-wise: "while corporate dressing is to a certain extent, dressing to impress, it's important that you feel good when you do it. Because once you start feeling good about yourself, it changes your mood and outlook. And sometimes, that's all you ever need to win that vote of confidence."
No wonder this super mom and #girlboss is winning in life! Scroll down on how she styled our versatile pieces fit for the conference room (and cocktails after hours).
I love a girl who wears a men's watch. So much more interesting than blingy, girly details.
Tin carries her personalized woven bag from STU's creative escape in Morocco.
We all fell in love with how she styled the Forssa dress in saddle. Totally unexpected to tie a chambray shirt around the waist as accent!
She goes for print on print mixing black, white and baby pink with the Lohja gingham top.
Her pink pouf earrings were the icing on the cake!
Accessorized with the Susella tassel earrings.
How to make coordinates corporate-friendly? Layer the Heinola tank top over a dressy tee, pair it with the matching pants and wear contrasting leopard pumps for an edgy touch!
Pick up some snacks while at lunch break with the botad net bag.
Have a great work week ahead, Seekers!
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