Work It Wednesday | Matt Prince

We’ve been showcasing how great of style men in PR have. Every week, one of our four contributors shares their look with us. It’s no secret that Ian Michael Crumm, Matt Prince, Matt Lush, and Ben Butler have style. Now we want to showcase not only their work style, but our readers! Email photos of yourself ‘working it’ at work to partiesandpressreleases@gmail.com to possibly be featured.

Drum roll, please. We welcome back, Matt Prince.
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What he’s wearing:

Navy Tommy Hilfiger Suit

Light Blue Ben Sherman shirt

Tortoise Rayban Clubmasters

Brown Broletto Wingtip shoes

Grey and Blue Argyle Foot Sweaters (socks)

 

Where he’s going:

“Off to a full days work. May or may not include a dance-off or chair spinning competition in the office. Then speaking to the Orange County Chapter for PRSA Young Professionals group (@OCPRSAYoPro).” -Matt

 

Bonus Look:

I’m headed down to the Freedom Center to continue my work with the strategic communications department and then to the Cincinnati Zoo for a behind the scenes tour of their Festival of Lights event with the Cincinnati PRSA New Pros Chapter.

Yesterday, I woke up to snow. It’s getting colder and I’m starting to bundle up. Although I’m not a fan of the cold weather, I was excited to bring out my infinity scarf. I snagged a great deal on it last year through Living Social. Being the social media enthusiast that I am, I fell in love with this hashtag shirt. Most people wear jerseys to support a team, I wear symbols to support a social media. #PRproblems. I wore my black, bead bracelet, which was handmade with paper by women in Uganda. The profits from the bracelets go towards their education. I carried my laptop and supplies in my “Totes Cray” (get it?) tote that I purchased at a music festival over the summer.

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Remember: If you have a look you think we need to know about, post it on Twitter or Instagram, mention us and use the hashtag #WorkItWednesday.

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