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My Style: Lindsay Wilson

The Corgan co-president takes a page from Duchess Kate's style book.
By D CEO |
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Lindsay Wilson, Corgan Jill Broussard

What do you do?
“I lead our national workplace interiors practice and I am co-president of the firm, focused on its culture and brand.”

Who is your style icon?
“Duchess Kate. Because she is about style, not trends.” 

How does your work influence what you wear?
“My day can vary dramatically, from a site tour to a new client interview, so my wardrobe reflects that flexibility—basically, that means lots of pants.” 

What inspires your style choices?
“In a visual business like interior design, it’s important that my style reflects professionalism and creativity. I am asking people to trust our team with their brand and their workplace; looking the part is part of earning that trust.”

How would you describe your style?
“Smart, chic, and doesn’t require much fuss. (Or, at least look like it didn’t!)”

What do you never leave home without?
“A giant bag to hold all the other stuff I wouldn’t leave home without.” 

Do you have a go-to look?
“Ankle crop pant or jean, low-heel pump, statement blouse, and a jacket. A uniform with a lot of variation!”

Favorite store?
“I have a fashion collaborator in Nancy K. Buy Request. She builds on my wardrobe from year to year. We shop high and low—everything from Neiman Marcus, Elements, Tootsies, and Wolo to J.Crew and Everlane.” 

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