Good interview skills and a powerful resume can help you land
a job — but a study shows the color you wear to a job interview can have
a huge impact, too.
Want to be the life of the party? Wear red.
Don\’t let D.C.\’s summer heat and humidity put you in a sticky situation when it comes to office dress code. Local style experts offer tips for dressing professionally during summer.
A lot local dads dress professionally and look put together during the week, but when it comes to weekends and vacation, they turn to ratty T-shirts, shorts and jeans. An expert has some tips for dads.
The New York Times says the monocle will be the next big trend. But will it transfer to D.C.?
Naked & Famous to release new mint-scented jeans.
Dress to impress when meeting a significant other\’s family. Here are some tips on what to wear and what to avoid.
Some of the trendiest fashion items around are also the most dangerous.
New online shopping services are looking to hook you and change the way you buy clothes.
Discount fashion retailer H&M opens Thursday in Old Town
Alexandria, filling a space that has been vacant or under
construction since Restoration Hardware closed in January 2012.
With the royal birth expected in London any moment, the question now is, what will be stylish for the new royal to wear?
Do you know where your clothes come from? One local woman is making it her mission.
One Howard University student is taking her dreams of fashion design to the runway with her local D.C. business.
he nation\’s capital has long been known as a place full of stuffy
gray suits and neatly pressed ties, but these days, designers are loosening the
Style for Hire\’s Lisa Tumbarello offers advice for dressing appropriately for an interview, as well as how to use those pieces later for the work place once you\’ve landed the job.