352: Adrift for a Bit

June 25, 2016

 25 June 2016 The purpose of this blog was to educate on how to dress for the C-suite in the conservative workplace. However, I was recently adrift with that idea, recognizing that the conservative workplace is a dying breed. I knew this was a shrinking breed as evidenced by the lack of suits for women […]

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351: Powering Down

June 11, 2016

11 June 2016 This past Monday I intentionally used dress to my disadvantage. Here’s why and how: I was attending an annual meeting that I’ve been running for the past five years. The dress code is business casual. This year, due to a change in job responsibilities, I wasn’t going to be leading but assisting. […]

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350: Inside Out

June 4, 2016

5 June 2016 On the wall of my office that has the flipcharts covered with yellow post-its with topics for this blog, there is one post-it that says, ‘Dressing from the inside out.’ I had planned to write about posture and how we project who we are through how we stand. The ideal posture is head […]

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349: Clothing Controversy

May 21, 2016

21 May 2016 The last time I was at my mom’s house, the rant about professional attire for women was happening in my mother’s living room, as she complained about constantly seeing Savannah Guthrie’s arms but Matt Lauer’s are never on display. This time the controversy was in the twitterverse, as KTLA meteorologist Liberté Chan was […]

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