Today’s Coveted Working Look- Narnia White Top and Checked Skirt Dress

by Jessica Braun Gervais | July 28th, 2014

Walk into any professional work setting and you’ll be sure to see a handful of women in pencil skirts and white blouses.  There is something about this combination that screams “professionalism!” and “hardworking individual!” They are timeless staples that work well for all workplaces and are quick and easy to style. What’s better than the… Read more…

Outfits Under $100: Going Tribal

by Anne Dreshfield | July 22nd, 2014

Boohoo Carrie Textured Skirt: $16.00 Ally Tie Front Blouse: $15.00 H&M Linen Blazer: $29.00 Pink Ice Lace Flats: $25.00 Prinkko Sunglasses: $13.00 Grand Total: $98.00 Bring a bit of tribal flair to the office with a printed skirt and simple accessories. I adore the bright colors and cheerful print of this skirt, which will be… Read more…

Student Fashion: The Office Approved Crop Top

by Jessica Braun Gervais | July 17th, 2014

The crop top. For better or for worse, the trend seems to be everywhere, from high-fashion runways to city streets, to college campuses, and yes, even to the office. For the most part, I would advise staying away from wearing items that show a significant amount of skin, but I think the crop top offers… Read more…

Outfits Under $100: Balance It Out on Casual Fridays

by Anne Dreshfield | July 16th, 2014

Faux Leather Jacket: $36.82 Monki Aida Top: $5.44 Marks and Spencer Bootcut Jeans: $33.00 Sandra D’Orsay Heels: $23.00 Grand Total: $98.26 Am I the only person in the world rather stumped by Casual Fridays? It can be hard to strike a balance between your usual 9-to-5 clothes and more relaxed pieces for Fridays. I often… Read more…

What I Wear to Work: Yellow Summer Skirt (with Pockets)

by Rachel Yeomans | July 15th, 2014

It’s summer…and it’s hot outside. I have been wearing sleeveless dresses almost daily and have started to become a bit bored with the go-to ensemble. One of my favorite fashion write-ups in the New York Times happened to be about the fashion statement of the skirt. So I embraced that the other day. Meet one… Read more…

You Picked, I Wore: Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent Tuxedo Blazer from Shop It to Me

by Rachel Yeomans | July 11th, 2014

And the winner is…the silk tuxedo blazer! Out of the three items from Shop It To Me that I selected, thank you for helping me decide which one to actually choose to wear. And I must say, you have fabulous taste! Behold the dazzling cover-up by Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent: I wore the blazer… Read more…

Student Fashion: From Class to Classy

by Jessica Braun Gervais | July 9th, 2014

The best part about college? Being able to wake up ten minutes before class, throw your hair up in a messy bun and rush off  in your pajamas. Unfortunately, wearing your boyfriend’s sweatshirt with stains from last night’s dinner is not so easily welcomed in the professional work world.  But that’s okay, because here are… Read more…

Outfits Under $100: Fashion Fringe

by Anne Dreshfield | July 9th, 2014

Chic Nova Asymmetrical Skirt: $38.00 Brave Soul Knit Sweater: $17.00 Sperry Topsider Tights: $9.99 Sophia Black Platform Boots: $34.00 Grand Total: $98.99 Set out on the fringe in an asymmetrical skirt, tights, and a chunky knit sweater. I love how this skirt falls, and it transforms into a workwear workhorse with a great pair of… Read more…

What I Wear to Work: Bringing Back the Trouser

by Rachel Yeomans | July 8th, 2014

After days upon days of reaching for dresses, skirts, silk cropped pants…I wanted to go back to the trouser! Consider a not towards Katherine Hepburn if you will – or just a want of change from the outfits suited for constant humidity. Here is what I put together: Black Wrap Cardigan: GANT Knit Tunic: Courtesy… Read more…

Student Fashion: Dare to Color

by Jessica Braun Gervais | July 2nd, 2014

Whenever I picture corporate America, I imagine men and women in dreary offices smelling of stale coffee, wearing boring black and grey suits, surround by other men and women sporting the same unoriginal outfits, staring out windows with saddened expressions, or at clocks, counting down the seconds until they are released from their colorless confines…. Read more…