Re Corporate clothes for a lady.
I know a lady who has lived aboard and worked for years.
All of her clothes are silk.
Hand wash and dry in seconds.
Don't need ironing and look spectacular.
Also take up next to no space.
Have heard horror stories of rowing the dinghy
in a corporate suit and high heels and ending up face first in the mud flats.
Fancy hairdoos can be an issue if you don't have mains power for the hair dryer / straightener / curlers etc. But who needs them.
So perhaps keeping corporate clothing
on land is a good idea.
I also know quite a few corporate men
and ladies who cycle etc to work, or go to the gym before starting and just keep the corporate wear at work.
Get them cleaned close to your workplace.
A few different scarves / ties can make a minimal wardrobe look very different.
If you have the facilities why not.
Stiletto heels should never be worn on board.