Hillary Clinton received her Champion of the Century award from Planned Parenthood in shiny blazer with a cherry and lavender basketweave pattern on it. Kamala Harris chatted about her presidential campaign with members of The Wing in an electric pink suit with gold buttons. San Francisco Mayor London Breed sported a bright green blazer perched atop a St. Patrick’s Day parade float, waving at her constituents. All three of these women were wearing Argent, a suiting startup that has taken the political world by storm. advertisement advertisement Former tech executive Sali Christeson co-founded Argent three years ago in an effort to tackle a personal pain point of hers: She couldn’t find stylish but functional business attire. She decided to design a line of suits full of useful features like functional pockets and wrinkle-free fabric. But besides being practical, Christeson wanted to create suits that projected power and confidence. “The real catalyst for starting Argent was reading research that showed how much women at work are judged based on appearance,” she says. “Your clothes impact people’s perception of you, which ultimately influences your career trajectory and your income over your lifetime.” Argent’s approach has become popular with women across many industries,… Read full this story
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