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Business Ultra-Casual: Would You Wear This Sweat-'Suit' to the Office?
Fashion

Business Ultra-Casual: Would You Wear This Sweat-'Suit' to the Office?

Dude, terry cloth isn't just for towels and tracksuits anymore.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Fashion-Savvy Ways to Shape Your Image to Score Business Success
Dress codes

Fashion-Savvy Ways to Shape Your Image to Score Business Success

Three experts provide their advice for competitive grooming.
Karima Mariama-Arthur
Your Attire Speaks Volumes Before You Open Your Mouth
Dress codes

Your Attire Speaks Volumes Before You Open Your Mouth

Dress to impress the audience at your next presentation. Your grooming and sprucing up become part of the message.
Jacqueline Whitmore
5 Ways to Lead by Example at Work
Leadership Qualities

5 Ways to Lead by Example at Work

Managers, take note: Your actions and everyday demeanor may not be giving the right impression.
Jacqueline Whitmore
Banana Republic Thinks Your Typical 'Startup Guy' Should Dress Like This
Fashion

Banana Republic Thinks Your Typical 'Startup Guy' Should Dress Like This

The retailer will launch a line of head-to-toe outfits "best suited for different professions," including 'The Corporate Guy,' 'The Creative Guy,' and yes, 'The Startup Guy.'
Laura Entis
Don't Underestimate the Casual Meeting
Networking

Don't Underestimate the Casual Meeting

With every person you meet, there is the potential for a golden opportunity.
Adam Callinan
Stop Being So Laid-Back In the Workplace
Attitude

Stop Being So Laid-Back In the Workplace

Executives who are too permissive in the office run the risk of sacrificing productivity.
Lindsay Broder
Is This the Summer of the Short Suit? Thankfully, Probably Not.
Fashion

Is This the Summer of the Short Suit? Thankfully, Probably Not.

J.Crew and other fashion labels may be heavily advertising the look, but that doesn't mean it'll take off.
Laura Entis
Goodbye, Suits. Sport These Smart Looks but Shun Interview No-nos.
Dress codes

Goodbye, Suits. Sport These Smart Looks but Shun Interview No-nos.

Prove you understand the culture of the startup world by adding a little personal flare to your professional attire.
Erica Bell and Katie Finnegan
Professional Dress Doesn't Have to Mean Boring
Clothing

Professional Dress Doesn't Have to Mean Boring

As the world gets more casual, your business appearance still matters.
Adam Toren
'Clothes' the Deal: 7 Ways to Dress to Impress
Lifestyle

'Clothes' the Deal: 7 Ways to Dress to Impress

Sure, it's what's on the inside that counts, but sadly that's not how the business world works. Here are seven tips to project a more professional image at work.
Jacqueline Whitmore
Forget PJs, Dress Your Brand Even at Your Home Office
Marketing

Forget PJs, Dress Your Brand Even at Your Home Office

If you work from home, it's still important to wear clothes that reflect who you are and what you do for a living.
Jim Joseph
What Business Schools Don't Teach Students But Should
Startup Basics

What Business Schools Don't Teach Students But Should

Shocker: A student's entire college education shouldn't all come from overpriced textbooks.
Derrick Boone
Can Entrepreneurs Really Wear What They Want?
Lifestyle

Can Entrepreneurs Really Wear What They Want?

You may be your own boss, but that doesn't mean you should pull a Mark Zuckerberg and wear hoodies to investor meetings. Here's some advice.
Coeli Carr
If you’re not into wearing a power suit, then a business casual work environment might be for you. Different work cultures follow a variety of dress codes for men and women, ranging from suits to hoodies. Business casual is a more relaxed style that falls somewhere in the middle of that range -- such as khakis and a button-down for men, dress slacks and a blouse for women.
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