Our new business fashion feature. This week, we visit Cell C to find out what they wear
Every week, Business Insider South Africa visits the offices of local companies to uncover the latest trends in South African workwear.
Today, we feature the fashion style of Cell C employees at the company's headoffice in Midrand.
Submit your office look by simply posting your work outfit (and those of your colleagues) on Instagram, tagging @bisouthafrica and using the hashtag #Insiderlook.
Mirima Mnisi - Key Client Relationship Consultant
“I’m in a black sassy and classy jumpsuit, added a nude jacket just to neutralise the black and give it a more professional look then complimented the outfit with some bright coloured shoes from Europa Art.”
Yuta Raubenheimer - Exclusive Customer Services Officer
“I like the semi-formal look that is comfortable. Black is a staple of authority so I like to include it in most of my looks.”
Her outfit is from Forever New, with shoes from Kingsmead.
Charlene Adams - Executive Personal Assistant
“I love the combination of these colours. It represents the woman that I believe I am. Blue represents royalty. White represents my soul, it says that I am free. Black represents strength and power.” Her outfit is from Always New Boutique, with shoes from Contempo.
Viola Pam Moagi - Executive Client Liaison Desk Supervisor
“Classic chic is my style, I also prefer not to follow trends but to rather invest in timeless and elegant clothing.” Viola is wearing H&M and Legit, with shoes from Zara.
Stanzel Niewenhuizen - VAS Specialist
“My personal style is simple with a touch of dapper. I like to keep it smart casual yet modern which allows me to still look appropriate in as well as outside the corporate environment.” His outfit is from Markhams and Levi Strauss.
Funiwe Hintsho - Social Media Consultant
“I enjoy mixing classic and traditional with eccentric and unusual pieces to create a modern version of business attire in the workplace.”
Her dress, made by the designer Anna Field, was a birthday gift.
Paolo Pianezze - Executive Head: Legal
“I travel a lot and I like to spend time looking for styles I like and I am pretty picky. For example in this look, I bought the suit in Venice, the shoes in New York, the Gillet in London, the tie in Monaco and the watch in Dubai. Shopping with me is always an experience!”
Paolo is wearing Hugo Boss; Boggi, Hermes, and Alain Figaret, with shoes by Brioni.
Sipho May - Escalations Support Desk Consultant
“I gain my style inspiration from men’s magazines like GQ and I pick and choose styles I’d like to try from there.”
Sidefree Valoyi - Customer Care Touch Point Assessor
“My love for fashion is inspired by my late grandmother who loved designer clothes and was also a tailor.”
Nokwanda Carol Ndebele - Exclusive and Business to Business Supervisor
“My fashion inspiration comes from a lot of vintage styles I grew up around from seeing my mom and her sisters. I was always inspired by the looks they would put together.”
Her outfit is from The Fix and Legit, with shoes from Rage.
Boipelo Mabe – External Communications Consultant
“My personal style is elegant and classy and I maintain that in my corporate looks. I keep it interesting experimenting with colour, going for the unusual combinations”
She is wearing Legit; Forever New and Sole Candy.
Lucky Shabangu – Financial Controller
“My style is laid back yet classic. Most importantly I keep it simple for myself by knowing the occasion I’m dressing up for.”
Outfit: Hugo Boss; Country road
Nicola Nell – Senior Manager: Marketing
“I dress according to my body shape; what suits me and is comfortable, along with the colours that bring out the best of my skin tone. I certainly follow fashion, but I am not a slave to it.”
She is wearing Spree; Soviet and Woolworths
Paula Pereira – Chief Executive Assistant
“I love classy and elegant styles with complementary accessories.”
Shanè Naidoo – Scrum Master
“My personal style is chic, feminine and sleek. I gravitate towards tailored garments and textured feminine pieces which I’m able to mix and match in a classy, effortless way.”
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