Student Fashion: Celebrity Styling with Taylor Swift

by Rachel Yeomans | April 2nd, 2014

Inspiration for work wear comes from the most interesting places. Sometimes even from celebrities – I know, doesn’t seem likely that a celebrity would wear attire that’s fitting for the office environment, but you know what, they may just surprise you sometimes. Exhibit A: Taylor Swift. This is a great outfit for the younger professional… Read more…

Student Fashion: Buy Now. Save Now. Look Fab Later.

by JennB | August 8th, 2012

Did you hear that? That’s the sound of the September issues of your fave fashion mags being nestled into your dorm room mailbox. Like any good fashion fanatic, you’ll be tearing through those pages faster than Usain Bolt tore up the Men’s 100m final. As exciting as it is, be prepared. There won’t be too… Read more…

Student Fashion: First Time Business Traveler

by Rachel Yeomans | February 1st, 2012

By Jenn Bussell George Clooney is everywhere these days, and that’s not a bad thing. In my opinion you can never have too much George. But it has me reminiscing about last’s year’s critically acclaimed film Up in the Air, and how uncomfortable George, Vera, and Anna looked traveling all buttoned-up tight in their conservative… Read more…

The First Job: Coco-Inspired Season-less Style for Under $100

by Rachel Yeomans | January 25th, 2012

By Jenn Bussell Anticipating what’s ‘office appropriate’ for your first job or internship is challenging. Doing it on a budget? That’s downright nerve-wracking.  You’ll read articles and hear presentations telling you to spend wisely on ‘investment pieces.’ I disagree as these pieces tend to run you between $200-$800 depending on where you shop. The real… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Running (Not In) Heels!

by WorkWardrobe | August 4th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As intern it is very common to be the “go to” person for the other employees in the office. For example, if something needs to be shipped you will be the one running to the UPS store; if coffee is needed you will be the one running to Starbucks; and so on. … Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: The Office Party!

by WorkWardrobe | July 8th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Normally when I know that I have an event to go to in advance, I make sure I have an outfit prepared so there is no muss or fuss when it is time to get ready. I highly recommend this plan of action as there is nothing worse then feeling like you… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Express Yo-Self!

by WorkWardrobe | March 10th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak Through out each of my internships I have experienced several different dress codes– ranging from the uniform, at home in PJ’s, casual, fashionable and much more. Some internships that take place in the entertainment industry (music, arts, and fashion) allow for a more relaxed dress code. By relaxed I don’t mean a… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Office Party? RSVP Yes!

by WorkWardrobe | March 3rd, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As an intern you may find yourself being slightly timid. The reasons for this may vary—you may be soaking up all of the information you are getting or you might just be shy. Regardless, it is important to be outgoing to prove to your supervisor that you are ready for a full-time… Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: How to Keep your Tattoo Hidden at Your Internship

by WorkWardrobe | February 24th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak As a college student at an art school, I feel as though it has become more common for people to not have a tattoo, than to have one. Although I don’t personally have a tattoo myself, several of my friends do. To many, tattoos are seen as an artistic form of self-expression…. Read more…

From the Classroom to the Cubicle: Dressing Up to Move Up!

by WorkWardrobe | February 17th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak For certain internships it is not only important to act professional but it is also important to look professional as well. Throughout the semester (or longer) you will be learning the way that your particular company conducts business. You may be asked to attend weekly meetings, work with CEO’s, and interview professionals…. Read more…