News Video Assists in the Difficult Deciphering of the Dress Code Etiquette

by Rachel Yeomans | October 27th, 2009

I pose a question to you: What do I wear to an event? Well the follow-up to that question can lead to many other questions and ultimately a lot of overwhelming confusion. What kind of event is it? When will it be held and where? Who will be there? What is your involvement with this… Read more…

Check Out the New Fall Arrivals from Akira Perfect for the Student Wardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | October 7th, 2009

Dear Students, Want to Dress Like a Professional? Learn from a Fellow Student

by Rachel Yeomans | September 23rd, 2009

Are you a student trying to take that step from pajama pants in the cafeteria to a suit at a job fair? Read from a fellow student Jennifer Puhr on what she says on the subject. * * * So I’m taking this project/presentation-oriented class this semester. You know the type. You do one or… Read more…

Bringing Your Business (Style) to the Dinner Meeting

by Rachel Yeomans | September 17th, 2009

The dress codes established for the interview, for the trade show and for the business meeting have been established a while back. The rules wax and wane, but not too far from the general basics. It gets a little more complicated when food is involved–not food from a buffet, but sitting down with a small… Read more…

Office Attire Poll: What Is Your Office Style?

by Rachel Yeomans | August 17th, 2009

As of late July, I sent out a poll through my LinkedIn profile asking my network of friends and colleagues what they personally preferred as the ideal office dress code. Here’s what I received so far. Here are the results: * Business Suit – 13% * Slacks and Blouse/Collared Shirt – 20% * Clean Jeans… Read more…

Office Dress Code Poll

by Rachel Yeomans | August 3rd, 2009

What is appropriate to wear in the office? I sent out a poll on the topic through the business social media network LinkedIn, and I invite you to share your thoughts and opinions. To do so, please follow: . Thus far, which attire would you rather see by the coffee machine in the break… Read more…