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– The NYT proclaims the return of the interview suit. (To which we ask: did it ever really go away?) [NYT] (We’ve attached one of our favorite interview suits of all time, the suit Christina Applegate wore in the movie, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. Alas, we cannot find the scene where she rips apart her mother’s closet to find a suit (her character is 17 pretending to be 29), but we’ve posted a video below that might bring back some memories.)
– Some young workers are rebelling against traditional corporate attire and attempting to “express their inner soul” through their clothes (rather than their willingness to tow the line). [WSJ]
– Five easily drinkable wines for under $12 — for Thanksgiving or, you know, Thursday. [The Simple Dollar]
– Forbes offers its advice on ways to dine well during the downturn. [Forbes]
– Finally: new(ish) blog Sweet Hot Justice offers advice on when you have to donate to your client’s charity. [Sweet Hot Justice]