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- Oh, yes: I totally forgot about this last week. The WSJ heralded the “triumphant return of the skirt suit,” wherein the author began with the sentence, “The last time any fashionable woman took a skirt suit seriously, Melanie Griffith and Sigourney Weaver were clobbering one another for corner-office rights in the 1988 film ‘Working Girl.'” They then illustrated the article with three suits that Betty and Sally Draper are super excited about (pictured).
- Above the Law reports that the Florida Bar cares a lot about the length of your skirts.
- Lifehacker rounds up a wealth of bra knowledge.
- SheFinds tells you how to keep dark nail polish from staining your nails.
- Sally at Already Pretty ponders how much you should care about fashion (and who gets to tell you how much you care).
- The Washington Post (and my former roommate, writer Jena McGregor!) tells it like it is: the boardroom is still an old boy’s club.
- Ask a Manager clues you in on when you actually have to fill in the “salary requirement” part of a job application. Meanwhile, Levo League tells you how to prep for an interview.
- POPSUGAR Smart Living knows the two things holding you back.
- I’ve linked to her blog before, but I’m excited to say that Liz Brown’s new book, Life After Law is out — if you’re an unhappy lawyer and curious about exit strategies, this is the book for you. Liz was nice enough to include my story in her book as well!
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