Student Fashion: Pretty in Pink

by Rachel Yeomans | April 15th, 2014

I don’t normally classify myself as a “pink” person. Maybe it’s a rebellion to this past winter, maybe it’s my reaction to just how fun it looks (seriously, I’d skip to work wearing this outfit), or maybe it’s just the fact that it’s a fantastic look! So do it you youthful graduates and interns! Embrace… Read more…

Student Fashion: Double Duty Faux-Leather Skirt at the Office

by Rachel Yeomans | March 5th, 2014

Play double duty at the office and out on the town with this perforated faux leather skirt and multi-colored sleeveless shell. You’re young and this adorable outfit will showcase your youth and creative edge. Just add a sharp cropped black blazer or cardigan which you can easily shed come happy hour – you may also… Read more…

Student Fashion: Set the Office Trend for the Next Generation

by Rachel Yeomans | January 8th, 2014

The manual on the workplace dress code is sadly outdated. The typical language in a corporate environment focuses on business attire. That usually means no jeans, shorts, strappy tops, sandals or flip flops and hemlines that don’t go more than a few inches above the knee. Pretty typical. However with all the start-ups and small… Read more…

Student Fashion: Shop London Fashion Week on ASOS

by Kaitlin Chad | February 21st, 2013

New York Fashion Week has come and an end and we are heading off to London! The fashion on the daily streets of London is an amazing site to see and an even better time during LFW. The clothes! It is all about the clothes. ASOS has a great LFW edit for you to shop… Read more…

Student Fashion: What to Wear When It’s ‘Business Casual’

by Kaitlin Chad | February 7th, 2013

When you step into any work environment, most of the time there is an option to dress “business casual”. And most of the time, we are completely clueless on what that means. Here are a few great looks from MLPB on Polyvore. These simple yet business chic styles will have you impressing your boss on… Read more…

Student Fashion: Business Casual Coats

by Kaitlin Chad | January 24th, 2013
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There is no reason why what we wear over our daily or work outfits should be bland and boring. Get the look for those wintery days of chic and trendy coats that are military inspired. These looks will keep you look as stylish as what you are wearing underneath. ASOS has amazing jackets and coats… Read more…

Student Fashion: Winter Break Jobs, What to Wear to an Interview

by Kaitlin Chad | December 5th, 2012

Your long-awaited holiday break is approaching, and while some may be hiding in their parents house listening to Christmas carols all break, the majority of us will be getting a job to make up that extra money you spent on great clothes and party favors all semester. Though you may only be applying for small positions… Read more…

Student Fashion: Trendy vs. Investment Pieces for Fall

by Kaitlin Chad | November 8th, 2012

If there is one thing that my mother has taught me, it’s never to buy expensive trendy pieces. As much fun as baroque pants are or neon colored jewelry, those are items that will not last as a fashion trend forever. So there is no reason to spend all of your allowance money for the… Read more…

Student Fashion: The Princess Goes Professional

by Rachel Yeomans | February 22nd, 2012

By Jenn Bussell Admit it. You once daydreamed of teapots inviting you to be their guest…bluebirds decorating your gown with the finest silk ribbons…Prince Charming kissing you awake from a deep slumber.  Leaping into your first professional role does not mean you have to kiss your inner princess good-bye.  In fact this season many fashion… Read more…

Student Style Spotlight: Lands’ End Workwear

by Rachel Yeomans | February 15th, 2012

By Jennifer Bussell One of the biggest challenges facing anyone in school – be it undergrad, grad, law, or medical – is building a go-to transitional style that takes you from campus to interviews to first job without a hitch. Unless you’re blessed with amazing off-campus closets, you’re most likely lacking the requisite space to… Read more…