Each week, Business Insider South Africa visits offices around the country to track the latest trends in business fashion.
This week we feature marketing agency DNA Brand Architects at their offices in Johannesburg.
DNA Brand Architects recently received the International Association of Business Communicators Gold Quill Award, and its CEO Sylvester Chauke famously does dance routines with his staff.
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"For me comfort is most important but, I always try to look my best either way. I’m wearing a pair of jeans and a sweat shirt, and a pair of fun hot pink fringe heels to complete the look."
"From couture tracksuits to posh jogging bottoms - luxe sportswear known as athleisure– has been one of the biggest high-street and catwalk trends of recent seasons. I’m stunting a 95 Tracker paired with a biker jacket and red flat point kitten heel booties, locked up with a black beret."
"My look depends on my mood, the common denominator is that my looks are always girly."
"I can talk all day long about how I dress and explain my look, but in all honesty I look good and that’s all that matters to me."
"Why be bland if you can be bold with your fashion."
"I die for black, and if my wardrobe was filled with fur I’d be the happiest girl alive. In this outfit I’m ready to dazzle and go, I’m comfortable to go from the office to a night out with friends. Serving personality and style, my style."
"I always go for clothes in the cheap departments as I believe that seasons change, fashion changes and my mind changes even more. So I don't really invest in expensive buys. As long as I'm still on my Olivia Pope."
"Winter glow. I'm big on comfort so I chose high-waist palazzo pants, they are an all-time favourite for me, they're versatile and comfortable for every season."
"This Black-on-Black outfit was inspired by my girls Kim Kardashian and Micah Gianneli. It got me going for a day."
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