University Program, Project Success, Works with Students to Obtain Business Attire for Interviews

by Rachel Yeomans | November 23rd, 2009

Students at the University of Texas at Arlington who can’t afford business attire for interviews will soon have a campus-grown resource: Project Success, a student organization. Project Success is seeking donated clothing and money for dry cleaning. Mission Arlington has agreed to keep the clothing in a dedicated area of its downtown offices, within walking… Read more…

Diary of a Fashion Muse Fashion Blog Shares How Fashion Can Help Work Your Way Through the Job Interview

by Rachel Yeomans | November 11th, 2009

You’ve applied for that dream job and you’ve scored yourself an Interview. Good work. Now what to wear to that all important, possibly life changing moment? As superficial as it may sound, potential employers not only look at your overall suitability and experience but they also take in how you present yourself. It is simply… 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…

Re-Enter the Work Force in Style with a Little Help from a Florida Hair Salon

by Rachel Yeomans | October 1st, 2009

It is a nail-biting experience entering (or reentering) the workforce. You went through all the stress trying to get a job. Now you have one and you are about to walk in on your first day, make impressions on your colleagues, and hope like crazy that you will work in this position, that your boss… Read more…

Job Interview 101: Know the Office (and Outfit) You’re Applying For

by Rachel Yeomans | September 11th, 2009

I’ve written several posts on job interviews in the past, but I feel it’s a subject worth coming back to. You may be a student worrying about interviewing for your first job (or even your first career); you may be laid off and hoping that this one is the job for you; or you may… Read more…