Get Fresh Work Wardrobe Ideas At This Fashion Masterclass

by Alex Davies |
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Bring your post-baby work wardrobe dilemmas along to this amazing masterclass hosted by Grazia

Part of going back to work after maternity leave is making friends with your 9-5 wardrobe again – the clothes that get you back into pre-baby professional mode.

You don’t want to ditch your style sense, but then you’re also looking for something that says business in one chic (not to mention puree-proof) shift. Gulp.

Don’t stress – the experts at Grazia are on hand to help. On Monday 24th February, the magazine is hosting a Workwear Fashion Masterclass in London, bringing you advice from some of the UK’s top experts.

You’ll hear from inspirational businesswomen including Polly McMaster, founder of contemporary workwear brand The Fold, and Kim Winser OBE, head of Winser London who turned around the labels Pringle of Scotland and Aquascutum.

The night will consist of a talk and Q&A session hosted by Grazia’s editor-at-large (and mum of one) Angela Buttolph, followed by an hour of networking with the panel and Grazia team. Have your style problems prepared – and book early! Email for details.

Get involved…

Venue: Paramount, Centre Point, 101-103 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1DD
Date: Monday 24th February
Doors: 6.30pm for a welcome drink
Talk: 7-8.30pm
Networking: 8.30-9.30pm
Tickets: £42 plus booking fee. Attendees receive style notes emailed to them afterwards.
How to book:

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