The dress code in business environments has evolved over the years and “Casual Friday” has been extended to weekly in some companies.Â Â Employees have different interpretations ofÂ business casual and my recommendation is that you don’t take casual too literally.Â Appearance and non-verbal cues actually communicate what type of person you are so itÂ is important to pay attention […]
Finding a great top to wear for work during the warmer months can be an awesome feat…especially if you are well-endowed. To the Wardrobe 911 rescue is Carissa Rose. As you may know, Carissa Rose is a favorite of mine because of her great-fitting tops for full busted gals. So, when she asked me to
If you’re a rectangle or hourglass and looking for the perfect interview suit that you can break up and wear multiple ways — and travel in without worrying that it’ll wrinkle — then BCBG has a great and affordable contender for you to consider. The black pencil skirt works perfectly paired with the one-button jacket
For the past week, I’ve shown you 15 items to add to your wardrobe that will give you over 25 looks. For inspiration, I’ve taken 5 of those items and created two looks that are perfect for the business casual environment or an important parent-teacher meeting, for example. Outfit #1 #13 – Taupe asymmetrical top
With Fall around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about reviewing your work wardrobe. Here is something that works for those warm days as well as those occasional cool days as we transition to fall. Maggy London brown heather seamed knit dress. For under $100, and with the hip high collar, this is one
No matter if you work in an office or at home, here’s a dress that can work for both lifestyle needs as well as easily transition from summer to fall. The studded jersey dress (by Donna Ricco) is perfect for the broad-shouldered hourglass with the draped detail at the neck and waist. The shoulder line
Whether you’re just entering the job market or heading toward retirement, every woman can relate to the confusion of packing for a business trip. The mixture of travel and work can create situations that you won’t come across at the office. One example of this is the possibility of a casual dinner with your boss.