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Color Means Business


Color Means Business

Munje Foh

This weekend was the third annual Sierra Leonean Empowerment Network (SLEN) conference, and I was happy to attend this inspiring and purposeful event. SLEN encourages professional networking, targeted career advancement and use of professional skills to make a positive impact on our native land of Sierra Leone.  Check out their Facebook page for more information about upcoming programs or events.

I decided to have fun with my professional attire this year, and go with a bright, color blocked combination that is warm, friendly and inviting.  For the majority of my career, I have held tight to a code of very conservative professional dress.  Dark suits, hose with skirt suits (in the winter) and a neutral colored top with a string of pearls was my work uniform for a number of years. In my view, being a woman litigator was tough enough, I didn't want more focus to be placed on my outfit, than on my argument.  Gradually, I've decided to have more fun with my work and professional attire.  I still believe in conservatism for strict professional settings (I wouldn't wear this combination to court) but why can't lawyers have a little fun while at work? Even if it's just a fun pair of shoes...

Don't ask my why I always get caught laughing with my mouth wide open, maybe it's because my suit combo is so much fun :).


What do you think? Would you hire a lawyer who dressed this way? Thanks for reading. 


Suit & Shoes - Zara, old

Jewelry - Rayo via Experience Zazaii in Lagos, email for inquiries and check out their Instagram: raya.jewellery