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- Business Insider provided five work bag startups, including Senreve, the designer of this purple number, the Maestra (available in several colors). Business Insider also shared five workwear options that travel well.
- The Cut offered a look at styles now available in extended and plus sizes from the eco-conscious, L.A.-based brand, Reformation.
- Speaking of eco-minded fashion, Vogue shared some thoughts from Brooklyn-based designer Miranda Watson, who recently had her first runway show at Vancouver Fashion Week.
- Real Simple reported that ASOS’s website will now show how their clothes look on different body types.
- Real Simple also sang the praises of a Swedish beauty brand now available in the U.S.
- The New York Times asked, why do millennials want to smell like, well, nothing? They also mentioned a few options for those who prefer the new, lighter scents.
- Elle shared new ways to incorporate rose water into your beauty routine — and beyond.
- An advice columnist for Elle also answered an artist’s question about whether her visible tattoos will hurt her job search.
- The Careerist shared how the advice of a dominatrix (stay with us, here…) can help women advance in their careers.
- Ask a Manager gave advice to a professional who’s worried that his or her boss is doing too much of the employee’s job.
- In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica news, the Electronic Frontier Foundation explained how to keep your personal data from going through Facebook’s API.
- For your Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s provided harrowing tales of women getting fired based on … their email signatures.
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- Our Week in the Life of a Working Mom series continued with a week in the life of CorporetteMoms reader C, who lives in New Mexico with her husband and two daughters and works as a corporate auditor.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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