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The New Power Dressing: Building a Confident Wardrobe

The term power dressing originated in the late 1970s and became the cornerstone of women’s corporate attire in the 1980s.  Power dressing included asexual severely structured suits in neutral coloring similar to mens suiting. It was a way to remove the femininity or sexuality from women’s attire signaling that she “took herself seriously” or was […]

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Create a Lasting Impression

Q: What’s the big deal about creating a lasting impression? There are numerous reasons to consider the difference it can make to you and others when you dress with the intention of creating a lasting impression. Let’s review a few possibilities. You just got a job that’s going to put you in the public eye. […]