Womens Corporate Suits
In the modern day of business, a women’s corporate suit is essential. Whether a polished skirt and blazer set or luxurious power suit is more your style, a custom office wear outfit will help you to look and feel your best in the workplace. A bespoke suit will allow you to look the part while feeling more confident than ever before and we all know the feeling of getting more done, when we are well-dressed for the job.
Off-the-rack corporate wear for women is more than often a standard, accepted style that realistically suits a very small portion of the people who want or need to wear it. Gone are the days of unflattering, ill-fitting blazers and awkward length skirts or trousers because with a women’s bespoke suit from Brisbane’s Wil Valor, because not only can you choose the colour and style, but our expert consultants will measure and guide you through the process to construct the perfect business suit to fit you and your office. If your goal is to stand out in your everyday corporate wear, build a classic work wardrobe with perfectly tailored pieces or simply treat yourself to a great, versatile suit that you can wear behind a desk, in a boardroom or to a myriad of professional events, a custom corporate women’s suit is the way to go.
A good suit, through recent history, has been an accreditation to a man’s authority and salesmanship, but for women, there has been a lack of opportunity for this important mode of self-representation. With a bespoke, corporate suit, tailored to portray your professional persona as your heart desires, this same opportunity for recognition and empowerment upon first impression is made more than possible.
From making your mark as the best-dressed employee to the perfectly styled CEO or business owner, a custom women’s suit is all you need to establish your style, confidence and credibility. With the influence of fashion on how people are perceived, and as a woman in business, a classic corporate suit will cover all of your bases.
Our recommendations would include a very classic and versatile black or navy such as N707085 and N707082 by Loro Piana. Something with a little bit of stretch to provide year-round comfort while still looking great is our SV104550 made from 98% merino wool and just 2% lycra, providing the give you need without compromising on the structure and look of the fabric. A look that is a little bit bolder but still appropriate for everyday office wear might be a power suit in our lovely, blue, 410 fabric. To go one step further, a great point of difference we suggest for business owners is taking advantage of our wide range of fabrics to create an outfit coordinated with your company’s branding or colour scheme.
Women’s Corporate Suit FAQ's+
How should a women's business suit fit?
The key to a well-fitted women's business suit is balance - the shoulders should be aligned with the hips and the jacket should fit snugly without pulling or bunching. The pants should have a straight leg and sit at the natural waistline. Remember, a great suit isn't just about looking sharp, it's about feeling confident and ready to take on the world.
Is there a difference between men's and women's suits?
Absolutely. Men's suits are typically cut with broader shoulders and narrower hips, while women's suits are designed to accentuate curves and provide a more tailored fit. It's important to work with our expert clothiers who understand these differences and can create a suit that complements your unique body type and style.
What shoes to wear with women's business suit?
A polished pair of closed-toe pumps in black, nude or brown will complete your professional look. The heel height should be comfortable enough to wear all day without compromising your confidence. Avoid bright colours or anything too trendy, as classic, understated footwear is the best choice for a women's business suit.
What to wear under a blazer as a female business professional?
To create a cohesive and polished look, women can wear a tailored blouse, button-down shirt, turtleneck or shell top in a complementary colour under their blazer. Avoid anything too revealing or distracting, and make sure the neckline and sleeve length is appropriate for the workplace. A good tip can be to tuck in your top to show off your waistline and create a streamlined silhouette.
Can a woman wear a business suit to a wedding?
Absolutely. A well-fitted women's business suit in a muted colour like navy, black, or grey can make for a chic and sophisticated wedding guest outfit. Just be sure to choose a blouse or top that is appropriate for the occasion, accessorise with simple jewellery and a clutch, and avoid anything too flashy or attention-grabbing.
How can you tell a man's suit from a women's suit?
The easiest way to differentiate between men's and women's suits is by looking at the fit. Men's suits are cut with broader shoulders and straighter lines, while women's suits have a more tailored fit with an emphasis on curves. Other key differences include button placement and lapel size.
How can I look professional without high heels?
While high heels can certainly add polish to an outfit, they're not a necessity for a professional look. Opt for a pair of stylish and comfortable flats, loafers, or ankle boots instead. Make sure they're well-maintained and coordinate well with your outfit. Additionally, paying attention to fit, tailoring, and accessories can elevate any professional ensemble.
How to dress like a CEO woman?
Dressing like a CEO woman requires a wardrobe of well-tailored suits, blouses, and dresses in classic colours like navy, black, and grey. Accessorise with timeless pieces like a quality handbag, understated jewellery, and stylish yet comfortable shoes. Additionally, pay attention to fit and make sure your clothing is tailored to your body shape for a polished and professional appearance.
What is it called when a woman wears a suit?
When a woman wears a suit, it's typically referred to as a women's suit or a pantsuit. Women's suits have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to project confidence, power, and professionalism in the workplace.
How do you dress a suit more femininely?
To dress a suit more femininely, opt for a blouse with a touch of lace or a ruffled neckline, or choose a skirt suit instead of pants. Accessorise with a statement necklace or earrings, a colourful scarf, or a bold handbag. Additionally, pay attention to fit and make sure your suit is tailored to your body for a flattering and feminine look.