The Working Man: Keep your Accessories Looking Tip Top

by Jordan Zeman | August 8th, 2014

You press your shirts, get your slacks and blazer dry-cleaned, but do you think about accessory care? One cracked and ragged belt or a tie covered with food stains can draw all the attention, taking eyes away from your new haircut or watch. Thankfully, if you regularly maintain your items, they will last longer, look… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: How to Wear Summer Clothes in Winter

by Rachel Yeomans | February 19th, 2013

I don’t know about you, but when the temperature stays frustratingly frigid for days on end, I get incredibly bored with my clothes. Summer, spring and fall provide many options for layering and playing with one’s wardrobe. Winter, however can be difficult in truly having fun with your work outfits because frankly there aren’t as… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Obi Belts

by Emma P. | April 19th, 2012

By Emma Pretto Now that we’ve covered statement belts and skinny belts, let’s move on to obi belts! Giorgio Armani and Zac Posen sure have, with the stunning obis they sent down the runways this season. The unique shape makes them versatile and also very flattering. They do a nice job of cinching in the… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Statement Belts

by Emma P. | December 8th, 2011

By Emma Pretto Whether slung low around the hips or cinched at the waist, belts are an easy way to accessorize your work wardrobe and these four statement belts really caught my eye! I love the tassels on the Diane von Furstenberg and the double-buckle detail on the sleek Motif 56. Either would look great… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Don’t Underestimate the Power of the Belt!

by WorkWardrobe | April 6th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As women, it is not uncommon to find ourselves wishing we could Photoshop those parts of our bodies that we continuously seem to label as “problematic” for our body image – or for fitting into our favorite pair of jeans. It is easy to get down on one’s self about the little… Read more…