Today’s Coveted Working Look: J.Crew Minnie Pant

by Anne Dreshfield | July 18th, 2013

There are a few pieces in my working wardrobe that I don’t think I could live without. Some of the items on that list include my most comfortable pair of black pumps, my two favorite blazers, a handful of silky (but easy to clean) tops that look good with just about anything and, finally, a… Read more…

The Working Man: Wardrobe Revolutionaries

by Andy F. | January 20th, 2011
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From the boardwalk to the board room, pop culture icons that define a century of workplace fashion.

The Working Man: As You Mature Professionally, So Should Your Attire!

by Andy F. | January 12th, 2011

As you transition from college to corporate life, so should your daily wardrobe. After all, many of us wouldn’t dare wear the same outfit from the classroom into the conference room – and the rest of us shouldn’t.

The Working Man: When the Weather Outside is Frightful, Bundle-Up!

by Andy F. | December 8th, 2010

In the winter, failing to dress for the weather is just as frowned upon as walking into a meeting under-dressed. Be sure to bundle-up to stay warm, dry and dignified.

The Working Man: Fall & Winter Fashion Color for Men

by Andy F. | November 24th, 2010

Most parts of men’s fashion operate on seasons, and it’s not just the choice between light cottons and heftier wools. Even colors tend to be subject to the time of year, and it’s very strategic for your outfits if your wardrobe were to follow suit.

The Working Man: Dress for Success – Button Up in a Stylish Winter Coat

by Andy F. | November 12th, 2010

Show that you take your appearance as seriously as your career with these versatile winter coats.

Beware of Business Casual. Nicole Crimaldi of Professional Development Blog Gives You the Looks NOT to Follow

by Rachel Yeomans | December 14th, 2009

By Nicole Crimaldi Business Casual. What the heck does that mean? Apparently it means something different to everyone. Do you know any of the people below? If so, make sure not to emulate their wardrobe choices in a business casual environment! Rory, The Recent Graduate. Rory forgot that she’s at the office, not at a… Read more…

GM’s Business Changes Involve a Casual Take on Dress Code. Impressive Change or are They Working Against their Business Model?

by Rachel Yeomans | November 30th, 2009

GM is updating its look – literally. Some of the changes include terming a conference room a “Zen Room”, holding ride-and-drive events for GM employees, and working in a new office dress code. Or rather, almost eliminating it. As stated from a memo from GM’s Vice President of Global Human Resources, Mary Barra: “As we… Read more…

University Program, Project Success, Works with Students to Obtain Business Attire for Interviews

by Rachel Yeomans | November 23rd, 2009

Students at the University of Texas at Arlington who can’t afford business attire for interviews will soon have a campus-grown resource: Project Success, a student organization. Project Success is seeking donated clothing and money for dry cleaning. Mission Arlington has agreed to keep the clothing in a dedicated area of its downtown offices, within walking… Read more…

Travel for Business in Style: Melanie Nayer of Shares Stylish Travel Tips for the Frequent Flyer

by Rachel Yeomans | November 23rd, 2009

Business travelers cringe at this scenario: You’re called to a last-minute meeting in another city, and you’re on the next shuttle flight out of Logan International Airport. You’ve got about 30 minutes to pack, grab your presentation, and make it to the airport in time to board your flight, when you realize your best suit… Read more…