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Myntra launches 'Style Corp' to redefine office fashion
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Nov '15
Infosys employees after their style makeover
Infosys employees after their style makeover
Online fashion destination and m-commerce major Myntra has launched' Style Corp', a style makeover initiative with IT giant Infosys, it said in a press release.

With most of the leading IT majors transitioning from 'dressing formal' to 'dressing smart', Myntra said 'Style Corp' will take power dressing to the next level.

The event received an overwhelming response and employees thronged to the makeover event at Infosys' Electronic City campus in Bengaluru to witness the makeover by Myntra stylists. The top 10 winners, picked after participating in a simple fashion quiz, were offered a Myntra makeover worth Rs 10,000. Myntra Stylists also shared easy style tips & tricks with all employees' for dressing smart for work.

“I feel amazing after this makeover! I never thought I could look so glamorous. I also learnt quite a few things about office fashion. Like swapping a basic blazer with a bright coloured or printed one can instantly make you look stylish,” said an Infosys employee who participated in the makeover.

Richard Lobo, Infosys Senior VP and Head HR, said, "Infosys recently held 'Style Corp' in association with Myntra. The event was very well-received by our employees, at a time when we have moved to smart casuals. This was a great platform for a fashion makeover, getting tips from Myntra stylists and rewarding the best makeovers."

“Feeling good in one's clothes is a powerful component of working to success. We're happy in supporting Infosys through our 'StyleCorp' initiative and delighted with the response received. We look forward to extending this experience to many more corporates,” Srikanth Pinninti, VP-Marketing, Myntra said. (SH)

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