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…

The Journal Reports on Fashionable Workwear for Women

by Rachel Yeomans | October 20th, 2009

Gone are the days when only a two-piece suit would pass as suitable office attire. Today women’s workwear takes on many different guises. From this season’s power-dressing, to something a little more on the casual side, anything goes for the office in 2009. For those who want to make a bold statement, autumn/winter collections have… Read more…

France Isn’t Just Fashion and L’amour. It is Also Business. How to Work Business with the French

by Rachel Yeomans | October 16th, 2009

We love French Fashion Week, we look at France as the mecca of the fashion world, and we swoon at the beauty of the French language. However, France just like every other country has business to accomplish. Read what Nelly Favis-Villafuerte of Manila Bulletin Publishing has written about doing business in the style of the… Read more…

Dress for Business Success (For Less)

by Rachel Yeomans | September 25th, 2009

When it comes to business attire, it doesn’t have to be hit or miss, insists Sonya Barnes, a Charlotte-based certified image consultant at Harris & Barnes and associate representative for the Etcetera clothing line. The fashionista showcases the company’s wears four times a year at her home and helps clients select pieces to augment their… Read more…

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…