Power

Mar 15, 2018, 05:30 AM

Ana Kinsella and Stevie Mackenzie-Smith discuss power, or more specifically: "How do we dress when we want to feel powerful?"

Ultramarathon runner Sorrell Walsh tells us about dressing for physical power, while writer and 'Women Who' founder Otegha Uwagba considers "power dressing" at work - and what power dressing even means in 2018. Our latest Loved and Lost story comes from writer Eliot Haworth, who relives a very funny memory about pants in the jungle. 

Otegha Uwagba is a writer, brand consultant and founder of Women Who, a community for working women. She's also the author of Little Black Book. Find her Twitter @OteghaUwagba

Sorrell Walsh is a writer and runner of marathons and ultramarathons. Find her on Twitter @sorrellwalsh, and find out more about WMN RUN at wmnrun.com.

Eliot Haworth is assistant editor at Fantastic Man magazine. You can follow him on Instagram at @eliothaworth. 

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Music: E's Jammy Jams - Arabian Sand (via YouTube Music Library), Gunnar Olsen - Slay Well (via YouTube Audio Library), Blue Dot Sessions - The Shoes They Wear (via Free Music Archive), Golden Gray - Don't Stop Running (via Free Music Archive), Blue Dot Sessions - Strange Dog Walk (via Free Music Archive), Aaron Lieberman - Gypsy Stroll (via YouTube Music Library)

Production by Lucy Dearlove.

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