Power Dressing Par Excellence

My congratulations go out to actress Renee Zellweger on her most recent accolades and awards for her portrayal of the iconic Judy Garland. Also worthy of accolades is Zellweger’s personal style. The confidence she conveys through her style choices merits our consideration.

As seen in the February 24, 2020 issue of People magazine, Zellweger’s Oscar gown is a study in self-assurance. The sleek one-shoulder custom gown by Armani Prive in white brought attention to the woman wearing it, not to any fussiness in the details of design. Zellweger’s choice of a single chunky David Webb diamond and rock crystal ring worn on the index finger of her bare arm likewise was a confident and powerful choice.

Let’s face it, however. It is much easier to bring the wow factor to a wow event like the Academy Awards. The real test of power dressing is in circumstances where one cannot (or should not) be dressed like too much of a diva.

In this ensemble pictured in the February 10, 2020 issue of People, Zellweger shows us how it’s done. She is wearing red – the ultimate power color – in a head-to-toe pantsuit ensemble. The designer is not identified. Notice the lace detail at the flattering neckline of her blouse and the matching red shoes. Also note that Zellweger again wears a single chunky ring on an index finger, declaring this as a signature jewelry look. This is power dressing par excellence.

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