As the world slowly opens up after the second Covid-19 wave, chances of you getting back to your office desk isn't too far away. With more than a year of working from home in your PJs, it's time to get your work attire in order.
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Blouses and shirts: Blouses are a cute and a more feminine take on shirts. Details like prints or pintucks can add a little bit of character to your outfit.
Trousers: With trousers, always choose fabrics that are comfortable for your skin and whether appropriate. Cotton and linen fabrics give that comfort but also look formal enough to pair it with a blouse or a shirt.
Bags: If you carry your devices with you, which is laptops and tablets, then make sure you invest in a great bag that has enough space to accommodate your electronics and your other daily personal things. Tote bags give that room to fill in your whole life into them.
Shoes: Forget flats, wearing heels to work give that sense of power that come with the walk. From stilettos to kitten heels, the choice is yours, as per your comfort level. But invest in a good pair, something classic, that with match with any outfit and that will last you a couple of years.
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Seb Coe, World Athletics president, has defended the sport’s controversial testosterone rules, insisting Christine Mboma’s surprise Olympic 200 metres silver medal showed the governing body was right to crack down on women who have naturally elevated hormone levels.
Britain's Hannah Mills brought the Tokyo regatta to a glittering finish by winning a second Olympic gold with new partner Eilidh McIntyre to become the most successful female Olympic sailor of all time, despite a recent dip in motivation. Mills has won two gold medals and one silver over the last three Olympics, and though she faces an uncertain future with the 470 class switching to mixed, she is delighted that she found her fire again. "I think when you get older, your priorities change a little bit and there's other things in life beyond just your sport, and that creates its own challenges," Mills told reporters following the medal ceremony.
IZU, Japan (Reuters) -Italy produced an electrifying finish to beat favourites Denmark for gold in a thrilling finish to a see-sawing men's team pursuit final at the Izu Velodrome on Wednesday. The Azzurri trailed late on in the four-km duel but lead man Filippo Ganna powered them back in the closing laps and they crossed the line in 3:42.032 to lower the world record they set in Tuesday's heats, with the Danes an agonising 0.166 slower. Italy's quartet of Ganna, Simone Consonni, Francesco Lamon and Jonathan Milan celebrated wildly at the finish, thumping their fists into their chests, after ending their country's long wait for an Olympic gold medal in the event since their record seventh in 1960.
Louis van Gaal was named on Wednesday as the new coach of the Netherlands, signing a deal through to next year's World Cup final in Qatar, the Dutch football association said. Van Gaal replaces Frank de Boer, who quit after the Netherlands lost to the Czech Republic in the last-16 of the European Championship in June.
British boxer Ben Whittaker was so disappointed by his silver medal in the light-heavyweight final on Wednesday that he refused to put it on, fearing it might make him look like a loser to his countrymen back home. As his name was announced in the arena in Tokyo, Whittaker stepped up on the podium reluctantly with his hands in his pockets and looked down at the floor throughout. When he accepted the silver medal, he folded the ribbon neatly around it and put it in his pocket as the gold was handed to two-time champion Arlen Lopez of Cuba.
Poland's Aleksandra Miroslaw took an early lead in the women's Olympic climbing qualifiers in Tokyo on Wednesday with a 6.97 second run in the opening speed event, coming within a hair's breadth of the world record as the sport makes its Games debut. In the speed contest, a vertical sprint up a 15-metre wall, Iuliia Kaplina of the Russian Olympic Committee, who holds the world record of 6.96 seconds, was in fifth place with a time of 7.65 seconds. Japan's Miho Nonaka, another medal contender, demonstrated the fruits of her training in speed, placing fourth with a time of 7.55 seconds.
With fans in Los Angeles expressing their venom, the Houston Astros were able to shut out the noise as well as the Dodgers in a 3-0 victory Tuesday behind the pitching of Lance McCullers Jr. Yordan Alvarez hit a two-run home run and Michael Brantley had an RBI as the Astros improved to 2-1 against the Dodgers this season. McCullers (9-2) pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings, allowing four hits with three walks and nine strikeouts.