Toast to Tuesday: Taking the Corporate Out of the Briefcase

by Rachel Yeomans | January 26th, 2010

How many times have you had to schlep the Dell briefcase that came with your office laptop? And did you ever flaunt that briefcase as the pinnacle of fashion around your outfit? I didn’t think so. Briefcases are usually associated with the ‘corporate male’ – well considering the rise of female executives in the workplace,… Read more… Discusses Outfit Options for the Corporate and Creative Job Interview

by Rachel Yeomans | January 5th, 2010

A job interview is a daunting thing – sometimes more so is what you wear to that job interview. The common way of thinking is to “keep it simple” with a suit and pumps. However what if that is too boring and you blend in to the applicant before and after you? What if you… Read more…

What to Wear to a Job Interview: Work Your Wardrobe for Your Field

by Rachel Yeomans | November 10th, 2009

When you think “job interview”, usually the first outfit that pops into your head is the business suit. However, what if you are applying for a job in a creative field? What would you wear if the position you are applying for demanded that you make a strong first impression without blending in? This fantastic… Read more…

Trands Leading the Men’s Suit Fashions from China

by Rachel Yeomans | September 24th, 2009

America’s foremost capitalist may not have much in common with China’s top Communist, but Warren Buffett and Hu Jintao do appear to share the same clothier. Move over Brioni, the truly rich and powerful are wearing Trands. The obscure menswear label is produced by Dayang Group, a clothing company founded by Li Guilian, 63 years… Read more…