What I Wear to Work: Anne

by Rachel Yeomans | June 28th, 2012

After much conversation on this blog, one of our most devoted commenters, Anne, has finally shared what she wears to work to include in our “What I Wear to Work” series! Her job – wrapping up her last year of school while working in community management. She says that the top is from J.Crew along… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Jewelry by A Birch For Monday

by Emma P. | June 28th, 2012

By Emma Pretto I’m a big fan of handmade products. The knowledge that someone created something from scratch, usually because of their passion for the craft, makes each item feel special and unique. Etsy is one great venue for supporting small handmade businesses, and that’s exactly where we find Today’s Coveted Working Look! Chloe, the owner… Read more…

How to Pack for Life Abroad: 244 Articles of Clothing Down to 65

by Rachel Yeomans | June 27th, 2012

By Laura Hawbaker My closet is 5 x 8 ft. and contains precisely 244 articles of clothing.  This does not include pajamas, tank tops, coats, socks, tights, under garments, hats, scarves and other accessories. This does not include purses. This does not include coats. You get the idea. How did it come to this? Perhaps… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: The Theory Blazer

by Rachel Yeomans | June 27th, 2012

I apparently am in a yellow mood this week, as I posted a yellow lace skirt and top on Monday, and now I’m posting a yellow blazer. Yellow is such a happy color that it just must be incorporated into your work wear! Plus the Theory blazer is a working woman’s business staple! Pair it… Read more…

A Commuter’s Guide to Laundry

by Emma P. | June 27th, 2012

By Emma Pretto Any commuter knows it’s a struggle to keep clothes fresh and dry in the summer months. Waiting outside for the bus, cramming into a crowded subway, or walking to the office all take a toll on your work wardrobe. Perspiration stains are inevitable and difficult to remove, but fear not! I had… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Simple, Elegant, Makes a Statement

by Rachel Yeomans | June 26th, 2012

During many “outfit discussion” phone calls between my mother and I, we almost always quote the Working Girl phrase, “Simple, elegant, makes a statement.” It’s a phrase we both hold as fashion wisdom, and one that when applied is noticed and respected. This week’s winning look created by madped from TheWorkingWardrobe Polyvore Group holds to… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: A Kick of a Yellow Skirt

by Rachel Yeomans | June 25th, 2012

Yellow is one of my all-time favorite clothing colors. It’s refreshing, bright and logically sunny! It also is extremely elegant, especially when shown in a dress. In the case of Jean Paul Gaultier, we have a yellow skirt and top. And the fact that both pieces are on sale makes the outfit just that much… Read more…

Monday Start-Up: A Thank You Note

by Rachel Yeomans | June 25th, 2012

I shared a few Instagram photos a few weeks ago during a photo shoot for Crain’s New York Business. The time has come, and the article has been published! The print version is on its way this week; until then you can click here to read the online article! And here’s a photo from the… Read more…

Speaking Of Fashion Review Series: Sherlockology

by Rachel Yeomans | June 24th, 2012

I am thrilled to have had the pleasure of sitting down with (a.k.a. Skyping with) the amazing team behind the successful website, Sherlockology this past weekend! As part of the monthly Speaking Of Fashion Review Series, we discuss the BBC television series, Sherlock, their website and – of course – the clothes! Listen up! Review… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Adia Kibur Jewelry Chic & Cheap

by Emma P. | June 21st, 2012

By Emma Pretto Statement jewelry is often all it takes to elevate an outfit from plain ol’ business casual to chic business professional! I love the art deco and overall antique feel to these Adia Kibur jewelry pieces; and they are all quite affordable. The two-tone floral necklace is so delicate it looks as if… Read more…