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Step out in style: Patricia Otoa

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th April 2012 04:58 PM

irector OP Models & Talent My personal style is a mix of down-to-earth meets edgy fashion. That means a pair of leathers with a flowery top or a black skirt with a tiger print top.

Step out in style: Patricia Otoa

irector OP Models & Talent My personal style is a mix of down-to-earth meets edgy fashion. That means a pair of leathers with a flowery top or a black skirt with a tiger print top.

Director OP Models & Talent
My personal style is a mix of down-to-earth meets edgy fashion. That means a pair of leathers with a flowery top or a black skirt with a tiger print top. It's dressing up to go anywhere from the work desk to a drink up. I tend to keep my life on a low-ebb.

I am a comfort creature. While many people will favour suits everyday to work, in many instances, I will wear a nice formal jacket with dark jeans and a multi-colored belt – keeping it simple but stylish. 

I manage OP Models and Talent, which basically nurtures upcoming models. So, I have to constantly stay on top of the trends, although I love comfort.

Currently, my favourite trends include jeggings, a cross between jeans and leggings; I have about nine pairs in different colours and patterns. I also like little dresses with super thin belts and I pull them off very well without looking indecent because I am on the slim side. Little dresses have an innocent girl next door aura. 

I believe that fashion should not be expensive. I have a reliable fashionable personal shopper who knows my style and size and delivers items on a regular basis since I often find myself too caught up at work.

Every lady should have a scarf–these are beautiful inexpensive accessories that add glamour to any outfit if tied creatively. Some ladies simply drape them over their shoulders- I know at least 12 ways to tie a scarf that will have people complimenting you. Black stilettos will do wonders for legs, posture, height and a great strut.

One piece of advice to ladies – always dress like you are going to meet your mother-in-law who happens to be your business associate. That is basically, decent but with an astounding detail. You want to stand out as a unique individual not someone on the bandwagon.

 

Step out in style: Patricia Otoa

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