The Business of Casual

In liberal environments, don't do the most when it comes to dressing, but don't do the least. Be you and be comfortable. People will respect your style and your ability to maneuver in and out of different situations with apparent ease.

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Know What to Wear Where and When and Win

Yes, that is a tongue twister if you say it 10 times fast. And, no, that is not a typo. Knowing what to wear where and when so that you will win in the professional world. Today will be a very long day for me. I woke up for some reason at 4:30 (grateful that I … Continue reading Know What to Wear Where and When and Win

You’re Doing It Wrong

How many times have you heard "Dress for the job you want, not the job you have?"  That's only true to an extent these days.  That saying came about when a collared shirt was a staple in casual (and I mean "grocery store shopping" casual) dress.  So there was nowhere to go but up as … Continue reading You’re Doing It Wrong

Layering

Here we are, halfway through October and the weather should be cooling down over the next few weeks. But, just because it’s fall/winter doesn't mean you don't have to still look your best at work. So how can you look great and still stay warm? Layering my friends. Layering. Now, you don't want to walk … Continue reading Layering

The Details

Have you ever heard the saying "The devil is in the details?" If you haven't what that means is details are what make anything truly great. That goes for a presentation, a book, a blog, or a meal. And the same holds true for your clothing. A solid white shirt is always a safe move … Continue reading The Details

Working Woman: Are you dressed for the job?

With today's society playing a huge role in fashion, sometimes it is important to stick with the basics - what fashion guru's would call essentials - when dressing for work or interviews. I know we all have our connotations for the word "basic", but breath, it's not always a bad term to gravitate to. It … Continue reading Working Woman: Are you dressed for the job?