How would you describe your “core personal style” right now? Do you have a general vibe that is “you” (e.g., boho, preppy, tough girl), or a celebrity avatar whose body type or vibe feels like yours?
Where should you start when you need a complete wardrobe revamp — to completely update your look?
As we all start to pull things out of our closets and assess the metaphorical holes in our wardrobes, is there a “formula” to look polished? How can you make an outfit look more put together?
What prints do you think align best with your personal style? How about textures? What prints and textures do you NOT wear due to personal style?
What do you think makes a work outfit look frumpy? What are your best tips on how not to look dowdy at work?
How should you follow a business casual dress code (and avoid looking overdressed) when your personal style tends toward classic, understated, and conservative — without buying an entirely new wardrobe?
Where have you learned to dress better? What are your favorite resources for personal style inspiration?
What is your personal style while working from home? Are you adapting your regular workday style to working from home or trying to elevate your “weekend you” style? Have you tried things you normally could not, such as neon hair? Are you centering yourself with certain pieces of jewelry or scents?
Here are several ways to elevate a simple T-shirt to feel a little more polished while working from home.
The WSJ recently had some suggestions for what to wear to work from home… but I’m not so sure I agree with those. What do YOU wear to work from home?
A reader asked for suggestions for classic jewelry pieces she could wear to school and summer internships.
Does your outward self reflect your inner self? Is your appearance congruent with your personality, at work and beyond?