News and Articles About Business Casual
In business, what you wear speaks to the type of person you are. An expert shares what's in this season.
Dude, terry cloth isn't just for towels and tracksuits anymore.
Three experts provide their advice for competitive grooming.
Dress to impress the audience at your next presentation. Your grooming and sprucing up become part of the message.
Managers, take note: Your actions and everyday demeanor may not be giving the right impression.
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.'
With every person you meet, there is the potential for a golden opportunity.
Executives who are too permissive in the office run the risk of sacrificing productivity.
J.Crew and other fashion labels may be heavily advertising the look, but that doesn't mean it'll take off.
Prove you understand the culture of the startup world by adding a little personal flare to your professional attire.
As the world gets more casual, your business appearance still matters.
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.
If you work from home, it's still important to wear clothes that reflect who you are and what you do for a living.
Shocker: A student's entire college education shouldn't all come from overpriced textbooks.
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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