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: How to Dress for the Office Holiday Party

by Andy F. | December 23rd, 2010

Your holiday party may be miles from the office or just next to your cubicle, either way, remember that you are still with the office crew – and even the best dressed can be an eyesore

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.

The Future of the Office Dress Code Brought Forth by a New Generation. Good or Bad for Business?

by Rachel Yeomans | December 7th, 2009

An article I recently came across discussed the implications of the generation gap in the workplace. The Illinois consultant interviewed used the flip flop as a symbol of this divide – a very specific symbol however as I have seen many a flip flop clomping around the office during the work day. I am 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…

Employers Take a Regulatory Stance on Dress Codes According to Nadia Williams of Personneltoday.com

by Rachel Yeomans | November 25th, 2009

Half of all employers with a dress-code policy link it to the actual employment contract, according to research published by XpertHR. The survey of HR staff at 31 organizations – covering a combined workforce of 280,000 employees – found that 49% had taken a regulatory approach by incorporating the dress code into the employment contract… Read more…

Putting Some Outerwear Style into Your Office-Wear: Staying Warm Within Your Dress Code

by Rachel Yeomans | November 16th, 2009

I turned on my radiators for the first time last night, and when I woke up this morning and stepped out into my living room, all I wanted to do was crawl into my super warm and cozy bed again. It could just be that it’s Monday morning, but after a few sips from my… Read more…

How Important is Dress Code in Your Work Environment?

by Rachel Yeomans | November 14th, 2009

Straight Up Corporate by WorkWardrobe featuring Balenciaga

New Employee Ponders Her Office Dress Code in Regards to the Industry and her Demographic

by Rachel Yeomans | November 6th, 2009

My recent incursion into the workforce has rendered me confused as to what exactly constitutes business attire in architecture. With no enforced dress code, the firm I have been working for in the past months continues to surprise me each week, with its similarity to the casualness of a Silicon Valley start-up (though, with the… Read more…