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  • The Best And Worst Colors To Wear To Work

    The Best And Worst Colors To Wear To Work

    Having trouble picking out what to wear to work? Focusing on colors might not only help you narrow down your choices, but may also benefit your career. Continue Reading

  • Hate Wearing Suits? 6 Jobs That Have No Dress Code

    Hate Wearing Suits? 6 Jobs That Have No Dress Code

    By Debra Auerbach For some, having to wear a uniform or suit to work every day may be a blessing. Not everyone enjoys buying clothes or putting together a work-appropriate outfit. For others, fashion is a form of personal expression. They look forward to creating outfits and don't want to be restricted by a... Continue Reading

  • How To Dress For Success

    How To Dress For Success

    It all starts with the suit Since the suit is the foundation for your entire wardrobe, it's important to make sure you have a range of looks- not just for around the office, but for power lunches, off-site meetings, and special presentations where all eyes are upon you. When considering a new suit,... Continue Reading

  • Does Buttoning Up Mean A Bigger Paycheck?

    Does Buttoning Up Mean A Bigger Paycheck?

    By Lydia Dishman Do you dress for success? It's no secret that most people will formulate an opinion of you based on your appearance within minutes of an introduction. But can that short space of time mean the difference between a lucrative career and a low-paying job? Continue Reading

  • Dress Codes Relax, Thanks To Technology

    Dress Codes Relax, Thanks To Technology

    Tom Vitale decided to make a change this summer. He hung up the suit and tie that he's worn to work for two decades, and opted instead for a breezier ensemble: khakis and a sportcoat. At his New York law firm, Mayer Brown, Vitale is a belated arrival on the bandwagon. Continue Reading

  • Should Women Go Sleeveless at Work?

    Should Women Go Sleeveless at Work?

    As the weather heats up, many women are tempted to shed jackets and sweaters in favor of tank tops, halters, spaghetti straps and camisoles. The big question is, should they? Probably not -- at least without a few precautions, according to a new survey that found 93 percent of women feel their underarms are... Continue Reading