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There’s an easy way to figure out what to wear to an interview even if you have no clue what the office culture is like
Deciding what to wear to an interview can be confusing, as offices shift from formal to business casual. To figure out what to wear, call your recruiter in advance or ask a friend at the company what they recommend.
Professional women are expected to wear their hair straight and smooth. But that expectation has a lot to do with stereotypes around gender and race. Fortunately, there's some evidence that these unspoken hairstyle rules are changing.
Where to buy clothes for work can be confusing. Many stores might offer great quality or great prices, but it can be difficult to find both. Experts recommended going to consignment stores, certain traditional retailers, and repurposing pieces you already have.
Knowing how to build a summer capsule wardrobe could come in handy if you want to save time or money. By eliminating your clothes to just a dozen or two pieces, choosing what to wear to work this summer maybe become less of a hassle.
Figuring out how to budget your clothes spending can be tricky. How much you should spend on clothes depends on how much you make, but you ought to spend a little more if you're creating a totally new work wardrobe.
"Do I need to wear a suit?" is a common question in increasingly informal workplaces. When it comes to what to wear to work, some industries expect you to suit up — but many don't.
Business casual, classic casual, smart casual — the rules surroundings what to wear to work are constantly changing, and it's hard to keep up. But fashion and etiquette experts can agree that these items should never see the inside of an office.
Wondering what could possibly be holding you back from opportunities at work? Appearance is more important than you realize.
There are plenty of science-backed ways to convince others that you're a modern-day Einstein as soon as you meet them.
No. 8: How religious you are.