The Working Reading List: Dressing Your Business Wardrobe for Spring

by Rachel Yeomans | March 23rd, 2012

Spring is in the air! In some areas of the coverage, there are even hints of summer. Yet as exciting as it is that we can take off our blazers and cardigans outside during our lunch break, we still have to put them back on at work. So how do we keep up with the… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Let’s Celebrate with our Business Wardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | December 27th, 2011

I’m posting my blogs a wee bit late today – I admit I gave myself a few more hours to enjoy my holiday. Merry Christmas to me! But now that I am officially back to reality, let me introduce you to this week’s winning look to inspire your business wardrobe from TheWorkingWardrobe Polyvore Group! This… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: A Vintage Flair to Your Business Wardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | December 20th, 2011

Today’s selected look from TheWorkingWardrobe Polyvore Group was curated by madped! I adore the vintage “feel” to this look – a simple and chic business wardrobe is a fabulous way to go about, but every once in a while I envy those colleagues who know how to add that bit of vintage flair to their… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Business Intern

by WorkWardrobe | May 28th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak When it comes to internships in business such as finance, economics, trading, accounting, etc., it is important to look extremely professional. Within these fields there is not much room for showing your creative side or individual style – after all, business is business. As a business intern you want give off the… Read more…

A Businessman and the Dress Shirt

by Rachel Yeomans | February 3rd, 2010

By Timothy Broderick Most men understand that, during a first encounter, they are sized up quickly by others based on their physical appearance. Thus it is to their advantage to come across and professionally dressed.  But what constitutes acceptable and what does it mean to dress professionally?  Once upon a time a man was taught this lesson by… Read more…