Hire a Wardrobe Consultant to Save Big and Look Great

by Rachel Yeomans | March 31st, 2010

By Clare J. Hefferren Spend your money wisely. The average manager-level professional spends $5,000 annually on wardrobe. With a consultant you could cut your budget and get more bang for your buck. Find out what you don’t need, how to shop with purpose and buy only the items you need. Discover what you don’t need… Read more…

Shoppin’ Your Closet – The Working Wardrobe Edition

by Rachel Yeomans | November 10th, 2009

by Whitney Middleton of Fauxshionable I recently had the honor of ransacking the exquisite closet of Rachel Yeomans from TheWorkingWardrobe. At first I thought maybe I’d pull some looks that transition from work to night – but as I started digging, I knew I wanted to focus on looks for strictly for play. Besides –… Read more…

Get That Out of Your Closet: Chicago’s Fix Boutique Hosts Event on Working the Wardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | November 10th, 2009

How is your closet organized? Personally, mine features one section of slacks, another of blouses, dresses, skirts, jackets/blazers and finally suits. According to Maggie and Jennifer Gelber, style experts and owners of Chicago’s Fix Boutique, separating your separates isn’t the most effective way to organize your ensembles. Last week Fix Boutique hosted the event “Get… Read more…

Stumped on What to Wear to Work? Maybe All You Need is an Accessory

by Rachel Yeomans | November 9th, 2009

For working women, keeping up with fashion trends may be the last item on their “to-do” list. Who really has time to determine if animal print, leather or opaque tights will work with a professional woman’s wardrobe? Lloyd Boston, host of Closet Cases on the Fine Living Network and style expert for Jones New York… Read more…