#ChiStyle Tweet-Up With TheWorkingWardrobe: Click Shoes

by Rachel Yeomans | March 31st, 2011

That’s right, my random idea of hosting a monthly fashion tweet-up is finally coming to fruition! To kick off our very first event, we are working with Click Shoes in the fashionable Southport Corridor of Chicago. We will use the hashtag #ChiStyle for all of our tweet-ups, so keep it in your Twitter list! Even… Read more…

Midweek STYLE Society: Roundup of Top Lifestyle Bloggers, Vol. 16

by Rachel Yeomans | March 31st, 2011

Delayed but not forgotten – this week’s Midweek STYLE Society is one of the best…..a varitable how-to on how-to’s!  Everything from turning the spring striped trend to your home to dressing right for your body type, getting your hair ready for summer and looking fabulous, and looking chic for under $100 to colorblocking correctly and… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: A Bright Twist on a Classic Shirtdress

by HumaR | March 31st, 2011

By Huma Rashid Shirtdresses seem to be under-rated and under-utilized. From what I can gather, many women pass them over because they’re boring or drab. This isn’t true of every shirtdress, though, and it’s easy enough to breathe life into what we often see as a ‘blah’ dress style. First, consider the actual dress. Solid… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: College Before the Career

by Rachel Yeomans | March 29th, 2011

As you may have noticed, I had taken a slight hiatus last week to go visit the sunny beaches of San Diego. Every worker needs a work-free vacation right?! Well now I am back and right back into the swing of things!!! Straight from my flight in yesterday, this morning I woke up and drove… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: A Charcoal Dress Makes a Great Palette

by HumaR | March 24th, 2011

By Huma Rashid The great thing about solid dresses (in just about any color) is that they make a great palette for your accessories. Black and grey dresses are probably the easiest, but purple and olive green are right up there, because basically all other colors work with these colors, so your options are endless!… Read more…

Midweek STYLE Society: What’s Haute, Vol. 15

by Rachel Yeomans | March 24th, 2011

We’re a little light this week….the world of high fashion and style waits for no one…..but what we do have is BIG on how-to’s and fabulous insight on what’s haute now and in the near future.  From different denim outfits to the perfect nude heel to doing doily’s right and wearing what’s haute to a… Read more…

Monday Start-Up: Homage to the Triangle Factory Fire

by Rachel Yeomans | March 21st, 2011

In February 2009, while I was running around Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, I took a quick break from Bryant Park (yes, it was still in Bryant Park back then) to stop by Parsons. Just off the main entrance, was a featured exhibit showcasing the ‘Evolution of American Workwear’. I was fortunate enough to speak with Shelley… Read more…

What I Wear to Work: @ImageGranted

by Rachel Yeomans | March 10th, 2011

Last week I posted a question on our Facebook fan page asking how many bags people carried to go to work (i.e. briefcase, purse, coin purse, etc.). I loved the feedback I received (THANK YOU!!!) and wanted to share a photo that one of my Twitter followers shared to contribute to the topic! So for… Read more…

Midweek STYLE Society: Top Lifestyle Bloggers, Vol. 12

by Rachel Yeomans | March 9th, 2011

Life without fashion or beauty is like a day without sunshine.  Today’s roundup from top style bloggers is all about beginning with the basics: from knowing your body type to comparing the top style magazines to make wise decisions to simply observing moments of grace.  Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without a little leopard print… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: The Lunch Meeting

by Rachel Yeomans | March 8th, 2011

There is something about the lunch meeting that almost feels like an outtake of a ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ scenario. Would you dress the part? Well dear Ladies and Gents…you should. Lunch may be in the middle of the workday, your coffee may have already worn off, but instead of thinking of your upcoming work lunch… Read more…