Student Fashion: Decoding Office Style for the Artist

by Rachel Yeomans | March 21st, 2012

By Jenn Bussell For years I’ve found myself straddling two professional worlds – Corporate and Creative. While I much prefer to lean to left, I find leaning to the more conservative right often delivers a bigger paycheck. To make up for the financial trappings of the 9-5 set, I tend to express my inner creative… Read more…

Student Fashion: Decoding Office Style for the Conservative Workplace

by Rachel Yeomans | March 14th, 2012

By Jenn Bussell Wrapping up a consulting project last Friday I found myself engaged in a fashion-related conversation that had my mind spinning. A friend of my client’s had just started a new job with a mortgage company and found herself on the receiving end of office demerits because she was not dressing to code…. Read more…

Student Fashion: Decoding Office Style for the Casual Workplace

by Rachel Yeomans | March 7th, 2012

By Jenn Bussell I’ve attended many a workshop geared towards students transitioning off campus and into their first career. Without fail each presenter has always dictated that you must invest in a suit, preferably black or navy, and always err on the side of conservative dress.  To this I say bollocks. The key to looking… Read more…