Business Casual Superstar: Working Structure and Colorblocking

by Rachel Yeomans | April 29th, 2010

By Huma Rashid Today, I’m keeping things simple, but showing you how to dress up an outfit with some flattering structure and color blocking. These are great tricks for any gal to be aware of, and if you pay attention to these guidelines you’ll be able to put together an elegant, polished workday ensemble in… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Denver Intern

by WorkWardrobe | April 28th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As a college student your idea of Denver may be of things you have heard from your friends like, “You can get drunk faster there because of the altitude.” While this may be true, there are other things to consider when choosing to take on an internship in this city. For example,… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Look out, it’s…it’s…it’s White Pant Season!

by WorkWardrobe | April 27th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As the rule goes, no white pants before Easter or after Labor Day. That means that it is currently white pant season! To begin with, there are a few things to consider before wearing your white pants to the office. White pants may not always be the most flattering color for some… Read more…

Celebrate Earth Day Through the Rest of April With a Stylish Eco-Gift from Chicago’s Fix Boutique

by Rachel Yeomans | April 22nd, 2010

Get gorgeously green this earth month by Fixing your daily routine and incorporating a bit of eco-fashion into your bevy of bags. Proving that respect for the planet and style can go hand in hand is Fix Boutique, the local men’s and women’s shop located in the heart of Fulton Market. From Monday, April 12,… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: Working the Tweed Blazer

by Rachel Yeomans | April 22nd, 2010

By Huma Rashid Wow, I’ve really been on a blazer kick lately, huh? I can’t help it! Blazers are under-rated, and such a great way to add a polished edge to your ensemble. Throw them on with a pair of nice jeans and great heels and it’s such an easy, effortless way to look like… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The LA Intern

by WorkWardrobe | April 21st, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak If you have gained an internship in Los Angeles, the first thing I have to say is, I am SO jealous. There are many perks to having your internship be based in L.A., and the beach is only one of them.  The out-of-this-world networking capabilities, laid back style, and food are just… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Office Obstacles: Air Conditioning

by WorkWardrobe | April 20th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Now that Chicago has officially been teased with a few 75 degree days, I felt that it was appropriate to now tease you with a few summer outfits.  After all, now is the time to start planning those summer work appropriate outfits. Just as in the winter you have to dress prepared… Read more…

Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup

by Rachel Yeomans | April 19th, 2010

Fashion is Booming Edited by Fashion Pulse Daily Style cares not about the economy, so we continue on, falling in love with a fabulous pairs of shoes, lbd, and the perfect little cardie. New boutiques, designers, ideas, and innovative, avant garde concepts continue to emerge, and we can’t help but start a new love story… Read more…

Designers Who Work It: Lara Miller Fall 2010

by WorkWardrobe | April 16th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Not a seat was empty at Lara Miller’s Fall 2010 Runway show last Friday.  The show was not only to display Miller’s Fall collection to the tough fashion critics of Chicago, but also to celebrate 5 years of independent sustainable style. And so within the very chic, urban brick walls of The… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: Brightening Up the Cardigan

by Rachel Yeomans | April 15th, 2010

By Huma Rashid I don’t know about you guys, but sometimes I get bored with my cardigans. I should warn you, I have them in about every color. Red (with little white hearts; totally adorable). Magenta. Green. Blue. White. Black. Lilac. Oatmeal. Purple. Brown. Off-white. Pistachio. Melon. Other random foodstuff names. You know how it… Read more…