From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Business Intern

by WorkWardrobe | May 28th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak When it comes to internships in business such as finance, economics, trading, accounting, etc., it is important to look extremely professional. Within these fields there is not much room for showing your creative side or individual style – after all, business is business. As a business intern you want give off the… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle – East Coast Interns: Vermont

by WorkWardrobe | May 12th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Calling all east-coasters! Internships on the east coast can definitely vary depending on the position but generally the constant theme we see on this end of the map is preppy and plain. When being in an environment where the  form of dress is “plain Jane”, it can feeling boring and even difficult… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The New Mexico Intern!

by WorkWardrobe | May 4th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak So if you get placed in New Mexico for an internship you may be like woah, what a minute how did I end up here? And although its not New York and its not LA, it still has a little Mexican flavor of its own. Internship styles of dress vary in a… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Denver Intern

by WorkWardrobe | April 28th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As a college student your idea of Denver may be of things you have heard from your friends like, “You can get drunk faster there because of the altitude.” While this may be true, there are other things to consider when choosing to take on an internship in this city. For example,… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The LA Intern

by WorkWardrobe | April 21st, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak If you have gained an internship in Los Angeles, the first thing I have to say is, I am SO jealous. There are many perks to having your internship be based in L.A., and the beach is only one of them.  The out-of-this-world networking capabilities, laid back style, and food are just… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Mini Skirt Guidelines for the Intern

by WorkWardrobe | April 14th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Have you seen those mini skirts that have recently become all the rage? If not, let me create a visual for you: These skirts are so tight that you can not only see each and every Dunkin Donut munchkin you’ve eaten, (and no you can’t have juuuust one more) but you can… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Express Yo-Self – Internships in the Arts

by WorkWardrobe | April 8th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Those who have gained internships in the arts, such as music or fashion, often have the opportunity to dress in a more expressive way. While this is not true for all internships in this field, some have a dress code that allows for more bold pieces with an edge. When given this… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Working City Series – NYC

by WorkWardrobe | March 31st, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Every city holds several different types of work environments and stereotypes, NYC being one of them. New York City is a place filled with hustle, bustle, and muscle. If you choose to take an internship in this wonderful city, be prepared  for a wild ride filled with valuable experience, long hours and… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Joys and Strains of Working an Internship in Style and Comfort

by WorkWardrobe | March 24th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak When dressing for your internship it is always important to plan for the unexpected. You never know if you are going to spend the day running errands all around the city or if you are going to face a mind-numbing migraine of too much computer time. This is definitely one of those… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Simple in the City

by WorkWardrobe | March 17th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As an intern it is important to stand out with your ideas and opinions – it is equally important that your clothing represents that attitude. Simplicity in your outfit is something that is key in being sure that you are taken seriously, and not making a scene when you walk into the… Read more…