When business organizations instituted business casual days in the 1990’s, they created a dilemma which lives on today. What to wear to work?
As fall approaches, conferences and conventions loom large on our calendars. While some organizations use the summer months to take advantage of lower rates, most corporations recognize that their employees use this time to vacation with family and friends. Once the gong sounds on the Tuesday after Labor Day to mark the end of summer,
Last week I wrote about how women should dress for work during the hot summer months. At the risk of repeating myself, I pointed out out that women have more choices and challenges than men when it it comes to deciding how to dress professionally when temperatures soar. When it comes to business attire for men and
What to wear to work is challenging enough during the year, but when temperatures rise, it is even more confusing, especially for the business woman. In last week's blog, I talked in general terms of how to approach your workplace wardrobe in the summer. This week I want to focus on the business woman's wardrobe. The business
Summer officially arrives on June 20th, and once again what to wear to work is a hot topic. Understandably, we all want to be comfortable in the heat of the summer. However, in their desire to cool down, some people forget that, regardless of the temperature, what they wear to work should always be professional.