Today’s Coveted Working Look: Richley Short Dress

by Anne Dreshfield | January 10th, 2013

I’m writing to you all from the warm beaches of Hawaii–well, not quite. I’m looking at the ocean, but I’m not actually on the beach! I’m here on a much-needed family vacation, and the laid-back style of the Big Island had me inspired. While browsing a few shops near where I’m staying, I noted that… Read more…

The Working Man: Fall & Winter Fashion Color for Men

by Andy F. | November 24th, 2010

Most parts of men’s fashion operate on seasons, and it’s not just the choice between light cottons and heftier wools. Even colors tend to be subject to the time of year, and it’s very strategic for your outfits if your wardrobe were to follow suit.

Working Vintage into Your Working Wardrobe: Video from Workwear Fashion Blog Workchic

by Rachel Yeomans | November 12th, 2009

Shoppin’ Your Closet – The Working Wardrobe Edition

by Rachel Yeomans | November 10th, 2009

by Whitney Middleton of Fauxshionable I recently had the honor of ransacking the exquisite closet of Rachel Yeomans from TheWorkingWardrobe. At first I thought maybe I’d pull some looks that transition from work to night – but as I started digging, I knew I wanted to focus on looks for strictly for play. Besides –… Read more…

Stumped on What to Wear to Work? Maybe All You Need is an Accessory

by Rachel Yeomans | November 9th, 2009

For working women, keeping up with fashion trends may be the last item on their “to-do” list. Who really has time to determine if animal print, leather or opaque tights will work with a professional woman’s wardrobe? Lloyd Boston, host of Closet Cases on the Fine Living Network and style expert for Jones New York… Read more…

Adding Some Style to the All Black Ensemble

by Rachel Yeomans | November 4th, 2009

Sometimes you are in such a rush to get out the door to work that you settle on the easiest and simplest of outfits – the all-black ensemble. Be it a black dress or a black top with a pair of black pants or skirt, it is hard to get yourself revved up mid-day when… Read more…

News Video Assists in the Difficult Deciphering of the Dress Code Etiquette

by Rachel Yeomans | October 27th, 2009

I pose a question to you: What do I wear to an event? Well the follow-up to that question can lead to many other questions and ultimately a lot of overwhelming confusion. What kind of event is it? When will it be held and where? Who will be there? What is your involvement with this… Read more…

Working the Work Wardrobe Without the Dress Code. Fashion Blog, Diary of a Fashion Muse, Tells All

by Rachel Yeomans | October 22nd, 2009

This past month I have gone through some major changes career wise. After spending almost three years both happily and unhappily ensconced in an office job where my quite varied role was fairly straightforward (at times anyway) I decided to leave and try something different. After years of wanting to write for a living and… 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…

Do You Know How to Tie a Tie? Learn Tips & Tricks to Perfect Your Professional Impression

by Rachel Yeomans | October 12th, 2009

Male workers, male students, and pretty much all males who have had to wear a tie in the past and will have to again in the near future (remember the holidays are coming up) – do you have issues tying your tie? Do you have someone else tie your tie? Or – now be honest… Read more…