The Working Man: Working the Blazer

by Rachel Yeomans | January 1st, 2014
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It’s frigid out there! I talk about layering pretty constantly with my own wardrobe; that goes for you men as well! To stay warm (and stylish) during the workday, I beg you to not reach for that hoodie. Why not consider…the blazer? Men’s blazers can be dressed up or down, and can be worn not… Read more…

What I Wear to Work: Brett

by Rachel Yeomans | March 21st, 2013

The stereotype of digital developers wearing hoodies begone! Continuing my showcase of my fabulous coworkers at Astek, I’m happy to introduce you to one of the company’s web developers, Brett. And check out that work-appropriate outfit! You can code and fit into dress code! Do you want to be a part of our “What I… Read more…

The Working Man: For the Man Who Loves the Hoodie

by Rachel Yeomans | January 20th, 2010

Most of the day we spend working rigorously so we can be rewarded with going home, perhaps pouring ourselves a drink, but definitely slipping into our sweatpants and a T-shirt. For men, usually the first item they reach for after a long day at the office or while lounging on the weekend, is the hooded… Read more…

Craving the Comfortable and Chic Tailoring of the Escada Hooded Wrap Dress

by Rachel Yeomans | November 9th, 2009

My hooded sweatshirt is a bit of a guilty fashion pleasure. I usually don’t wear it in public to avoid looking overly casual, but it’s what I usually look forward to slipping on the most after a long day at work. It’s comfortable, it’s easy and it exudes the thought of relaxation. So how wonderful… Read more…

A Hoodie That Can Fight the Chill of the Cubicle While Fitting a Stylish Business Dress Code

by Rachel Yeomans | October 27th, 2009

The hoodie has always been an item of clothing that looks so comfortable, that I see scattered throughout the sidewalks as a standard outerwear garment, and that also always looks just a bit sloppy. Perfect for the weekends, yes. But when I’m catching my winter chill in the office, I would never dare slip a… Read more…