Today’s Coveted Working Look: M.M. La Fleur Peacock Scarf

by Rachel Yeomans | February 11th, 2014

I received this email today from work fashion design team M.M. La Fleur, and was sold upon the initial open. I wear scarves almost year-round, and this one I can see fitting in perfectly to my already overflowing drawer of silk and cashmere accessories. Per the product description: When worn, the subtle pattern and coloring… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Focusing on the Scarf

by Jesse Wurm | November 13th, 2012

This week’s selected look from TheWorkingWardrobe Polyvore Group was created by user madped. I absolutely love the scarf and how she fashioned it into an accessory for two very fashion-forward outfits in completely different color palettes. Plus, it makes everything seem much cozier when running out for those lunch hour errands (even in the rain)…. Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: A Head-Turning Baroque Print

by Anne Dreshfield | September 27th, 2012

Some days, you really just need a dress that is a stand-alone piece and can carry your for miles. For me, that means the dress is powerful enough to not need a lot of accessories, is still appropriate for a myriad of different situations and settings, and is something you can feel comfortable in for… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Spring Scarves

by Rachel Yeomans | May 9th, 2012

The scarf is almost an every-day staple for me. Either as part of my outerwear or adding a bit of detailing to my work outfit or even to my handbag. As the temperatures are increasing to the point of not requiring outerwear scarves (much less outerwear), here are some scarves that can be worn with… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: The Cashmere Scarf

by Rachel Yeomans | September 28th, 2011

It’s that time of year where my scarves are beginning to replace my necklaces as my go-to accessories of choice. They’re warm, they’re fashionable, and they make a statement. I really like this cashmere scarf from Nordstrom. Available in several colors (the white is my favorite as it would go with everything), it may turn… Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: All Tied Up In Knots

by Rachel Yeomans | September 2nd, 2011

By Huma Rashid But in a good way! Scarves are a great way to add some interest and flair to an outfit, and are so easy to work with. You don’t even need a ton of them – just a couple in a select few colors, maybe one or two prints, and you’re totally set…. Read more…

Business Casual Superstar: Snazzing Up An Outfit With a Pretty Scarf

by HumaR | June 30th, 2011

By Huma Rashid One of my go-to outfits is jeans and a cute top, but the challenge sometimes is how to snazz that up and make it a little fancier, a little more polished, a little more pulled together so it doesn’t just look like I was out walking the dog or returning library books…. Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The San Fran Intern

by WorkWardrobe | May 5th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Oh how I envy each of you who get to experience an internship in the state of California as it is such a wonderful place. The vibe in San Francisco is not the same as the one in Los Angeles, so if you were thinking you could just wear something super trendy… Read more…

The Working Man: Incorporating Spring Into Your Working Look

by Rachel Yeomans | March 10th, 2010

Springtime is upon us – well, almost. Most of us are finding ourselves in that frustrating seasonal shift where we feel between weather temperaments. It’s cold one day with flurries and the next day is excitingly sunny boasting a ‘balmy’ temperature of 56 degrees! In the business world, how does one work with these drastic… Read more…

Designers Who Work It: Designing for the Artist in All of Us, Alice Berry Shares Her Artistic History with TheWorkingWardrobe

by Rachel Yeomans | November 13th, 2009

Alice Berry has been working in design for the past 25 years – not necessarily in the same fashion. Working as a clothing designer at the beginning of her career, she decided to cut clothing out of her designs in 1997. Until 2000, Berry went from having a name in the clothing industry to making… Read more…