Student Fashion: The Tech Essentials

by Rachel Yeomans | January 14th, 2014

What are the absolute tech essentials (or perks) for students in college? I saw a roundup published on a site called Cha Cha – thank you Twitter – and thought I’d share a few of what they pointed out and some others that I consider life threatening if I didn’t have them. Yes, I am… 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The manual on the workplace dress code is sadly outdated.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: All-Weather Patagonia Messenger Bag

by Rachel Yeomans | January 1st, 2014

When you’re running to and from class, the question of how you lug your books around is a constant issue. Plus for those of you going to school in locations threatening precipitation, you probably don’t want to get stuck ruining your overpriced textbooks (not to mention your laptop). When looking for carry-all (and weatherproof) solutions,… Read more…

Student Fashion: Prepping For Your Future

by JennB | August 15th, 2012
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We have spirit, yes we do! We have spirit, how ‘bout you?  With back-to-school comes collegiate spirit. And with collegiate spirit comes Ivy league-inspired fashions. And with Fall 2012 comes a healthy dose of prep. But before you go hunting for an original copy of the “Official Preppy Handbook” or search frantically for “Gossip Girl”… Read more…

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…

Reversing the Uniform Role: Dress Code for Teachers Could Help the Students

by Rachel Yeomans | October 13th, 2009

Read what Wendy Owen of The Oregonian says about the influence of a teacher’s dress on the student’s productivity. * * * Deb McGowan knows the power of clothes. She was among seven teachers from across the United States to win a fashion makeover this summer from Jones New York in the Classroom, which included… Read more…