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  1. Not happy with this look – it speaks more of masculinity rather than femininity. I have always believed that power dressing need not be of the accord that makes women dress like women (Read an interesting article that suggested women, especially in Parliament, wore suits rather than skirts to fit in with the men…UK related of course)

    Vogue/ Femina india did a very interesting article on power dressing with panache for their May/June issue I think. A bit OTT and outlandish, but very chic too.

    On another tangent, why is Indian wear not power dressing? If our President and ruling party leader can wear Kanjeevarams and cotton saris and rule the nation, do we have to dress like men?