While most CEOs have access to an entire glam team and endless stylists on speed dial, some of them rise above the rest when it comes to their personal style.
This is something that can only come from a combination of self-confidence and a keen eye for design.
In no particular order, WoK looks at ten of the most fashionable CEOs in Kenya.
Percy Kiptoo is the CEO of Savanna Circuits, a manufacturing and last mile distribution company that provides dairy farmers and cooperatives.
The young CEO is known for his eye catching fashion sense depicting an elegant and classy gentleman.
Maurice Juma is the CEO of Media Pal, an advertising firm that provides social media campaigns, sponsored content, video ads and brand marketing services.
In his style, the Media Pal CEO chooses to be simple but stylish, and he rarely steps out in suits.
Yukabeth Kidenda is the CEO of Teach for Kenya; a non-governmental organization aimed at empowering Kenyan children to reach their potential level.
Kidenda has a unique and versatile fashion sense that blends well with the occasion.
Dr Kelly Oluoch
Dr Kelly Okoth serves as the CEO of Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC).
The top government official knows how well to play with formal suits; making a simple dress to appear good.
Dedan Mwangi is the CEO of online sports betting company, Odi Bets.
The CEO wears suits most of the times and still does justice to casual wear in rare cases where he finds himself in them.
The beautiful Charlot Magayi is the CEO of Mukuru Clean Stoves, a social enterprise that provides reliable and affordable cookstoves for low-income households.
The CEO dons a mixture of styles ranging from native wear to red carpet-worthy colorful dresses and even stylish formal wear.
He runs Toto Science Holdings which manufactures authentic and high-quality USB cables of the Micro, Type C and IOS varieties for charging and data transmission.
A look at his fashion style portrays to a great deal that he has a great taste of fashion.
Diana Esther Wangari
She runs Check Ups Medical Center in Nairobi providing outpatient care, diagnostic services and pharmacy services to insured and self-funded organizations.
A look at Wangari’s dress code depicts a woman who likes to keep it simple in the fashion department.
Maurice Okoth is the CEO of Kenya Association of Music Producers (KAMP).
Looking at how he turns up with different designs of pricey suits, there is no doubt that he is the epitome of fashion.
She is the CEO of MP Shah Hospital.
In her style, Din incorporates full Islamic wear mixed with formal wear and high fashion floral and plain-color hijabs.