Business Casual Superstar: Working the Blazer with the Skirt

by Rachel Yeomans | May 28th, 2010

I’m really feeling blazers these days, and lucky for all of us, they’re the very definition of work-appropriate. We’ve talked about blazers before, but I don’t think we’ve discussed wearing blazers with skirts. I love that idea because the skirt keeps everything feminine and flowy, and the blazer adds a professional touch. Keep it unbuttoned… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Business Intern

by WorkWardrobe | May 28th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak When it comes to internships in business such as finance, economics, trading, accounting, etc., it is important to look extremely professional. Within these fields there is not much room for showing your creative side or individual style – after all, business is business. As a business intern you want give off the… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Working from Home

by WorkWardrobe | May 25th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Whether you have a career where you work from home or if you are just taking the day off, it is surprising how much of a difference your clothing choice can make on your focus. There are so many distractions when working from home, like the need to start cleaning or to… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: Taking the Designer into Business Casual

by Rachel Yeomans | May 20th, 2010

By Huma Rashid For those of you that have been following my columns here at the Working Wardrobe for a while, you know that when I go about putting together business casual outfits for under $100, I usually select pieces that are pretty evenly balanced: If I’m going for pants, a blouse, a purse, and… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Music Industry

by WorkWardrobe | May 19th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Internships in the music industry can vary depending on what exactly you want to do within the industry. For example, you may be an intern for music journalism and report on different bands and concerts. You may  intern at a big company where you simply file and copy. And of course, you… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Avoiding the Sweat of the Office Commute

by WorkWardrobe | May 18th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As summer approaches we are all desperate for any possible way to shed a few extra pounds before it is time to take off a layer or two. For those of you who have jobs that confine you to a small uncomfortable chair all day, you know what I am talking about…. Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: The Timeless Pencil Skirt

by Rachel Yeomans | May 13th, 2010

By Huma Rashid Hands down,the most classic and timeless and flattering piece for everyday wear in a woman’s work wardrobe is the pencil skirt. This elegant article was actually created by Christian Dior in the 1940s, after the second World War. So, okay, fine, I guess there is somewhat of a timeline attached to it…. Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle – East Coast Interns: Vermont

by WorkWardrobe | May 12th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Calling all east-coasters! Internships on the east coast can definitely vary depending on the position but generally the constant theme we see on this end of the map is preppy and plain. When being in an environment where the  form of dress is “plain Jane”, it can feeling boring and even difficult… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Light and Br-easy

by WorkWardrobe | May 11th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak At work, it is often more easy to get through your day when you are feeling comfortable and free. A good way to do this during the spring and summer seasons is to wear clothes are not extremely form fitting and constricting. To me, there is nothing worse than getting to the… Read more…

Smart Business Bargain Roundup

by Rachel Yeomans | May 10th, 2010

Last week we had a bit of technical difficulty with our shopping links – we appreciate your patience and the matter has since been resolved! So let’s kick start the week off right with our weekly list of bargains, deals and sales for you to take advantage of to continue to build your business wardrobe…. Read more…