This week’s outfit features polka dots and pencil skirts (for the most part). First, try playing around with mixing and matching patterns. Polka dots and animal print can work! If there is one thing I learned from years of watching What to Not Wear, it’s that clothes don’t have to match, they just have to go together.…Details
What you should and shouldn’t wear to work can vary drastically depending on your industry and organization. A lot of organizations (not all) are realizing you don’t have to wear a suit and tie to be productive or professional (what a concept!), so they are loosening up their “dress code.” Especially now when most people are…Details
This week’s feature might be one of my favorites. This navy (with white stripes) t-shirt is very versatile and COMFORTABLE! It provides the perfect foundation for a variety of summer looks! The material is so soft, and it easily goes from super casual to dressy in no time. The t-shirt itself was less than $5.00 on…Details
It’s week 2 of Workwear Wednesday! This week features a cute dress that strongly resembles a bumble bee; it’s perfect for summer. I love the cut-out details on the neckline. The dress was purchased at full price for $16.00. All other items, except shoes, were $10.00 or less at full price or on clearance. The…Details
Since Covid-19 hit, I have been working from home since March, as have most of you. I barely left my house the first three months and found that I rarely got to wear any of my nice work or dressier clothes because I didn’t have any reason to do so. This made me sad. I…Details
Don’t underestimate the importance of the documents that accompany your resume when you are conducting a search! My column offers strategies to help you create winning documents.
If you are looking for ways to set yourself apart with a winning resume, take a look at my latest article in GCM Magazine. I detail specific strategies to build a marketing tool – AKA resume – that will help you stand out and win in your job search.