Here at TQS we’ve been glued to the TV screen over the last 14 weeks getting our annual dose of watching the country’s ‘entrepreneurial elite’ flounder, squirm and back-stab in the boardroom. But every year there’s always a candidate who shines above the others and this year, that accolade goes to Helen Milligan, executive assistant at Greggs, she excelled in the tasks, winning 10/11. However, it’s not only her business acumen that impressed us but also her corporate chic outfits.
Designed by talented new designer, Stefanie Smith, one of her outfits recently appeared in a Guardian photoshoot (left) – featuring a beautiful tailored design which was made exclusively for The Apprentice contestant a few weeks ago. The high-wasted dress has a pure silk top and a tailored lower panel and is made from 100% wool. The modern casual rolled sleeves on the dress add to the ultra-sophisticated look. We couldn’t help but have a look round Stefanie’s website and have picked out a couple other of our favourite outfits:
Stefanie had previously worked for major fashion house Burberry on various projects and decided to launch her own business May 2011. Helen recently annoucned on Twitter she’d been promoted to head of retail at Greggs (who needs Lord Sugar!) You can talk to both Helen & Stefanie on twitter here & here respectively.
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