When In Doubt, Wear Red

When in doubt, wear red

“When in doubt, wear red,” said designer Bill Blass. His suggestion was most likely aimed at women who like to stand out, but attracting attention is just one of the psychological aspects of red. Research shows wearing red generates all sorts of interesting responses, so tuck some of these fun facts into your image arsenal…

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How to Dress Fashionably in a STEM Industry

You’ve got the smarts. You’ve got the experience. You even know how to deal with the locker room talk. What you don’t have are all the cute clothes your friends in creative industries get to wear, because fashion and male-dominated industries just don’t mix. No one would take you seriously. Because apparently, women can only…

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Go Old School Style for New School Success

Old School Style

    Old school style is still the best way to ensure new school success.   Because when you combine old school clothing “rules” – guidelines that fell out of favor when “Casual Friday” took hold in the 1990s – with new school technology and communications, you can set yourself apart from the sloppy crowd and…

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Tricky Hem Lengths: The Midi and Ballerina

Tricky Hem Lengths

Hem length styles fall in and out of fashion, and this year, they’re longer for fall. Which can be good or bad, depending on how tall you are. If you’re a fan of the longer lengths, take note: they can be tricky to pull off. Let’s start with the good news: more coverage. When temperatures…

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Fall 2015 Beauty Trends

Fall 2015 Beauty Trends

So we’ve talked about fall fashion and accessory trends; now let’s turn our attention to grooming. Because just as clothing and accessories change every six months, so do hair and makeup. If you want to look current without spending a lot, freshening up your beauty routine is an easy way to do it. Start with…

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