Seven Suggestions for Casual Dress
- Beauty and Style. // Ebony;Oct1999, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p44
Reports on the popularity of pantsuits as business wardrobe of women in the United States. Reasons for the popularity; Stigma previously associated with women who wore pants.
- Dress for success...but do it in the U.S. McShulskis, Elaine // HRMagazine;Oct96, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p17
Presents the cheapest places to purchase business clothing, according to ECA Windham. Philippines as one of the places to buy inexpensive clothing for women; Average cost of business attire in the United States.
- FOXY BROWN. // Harper's Bazaar;Oct2002, Issue 3491, p228
Presents photographs of work clothes for women.
- WORKING GIRL. // Harper's Bazaar;Oct2002, Issue 3491, p261
Presents photographs of clothes for working women.
- The casual corporation. McConville, Daniel J. // Industry Week/IW;6/20/94, Vol. 243 Issue 12, p12
Discusses the popularity of casual clothing in various corporate offices in the United States. Modifications in the traditional office attire; Guidelines on casual office wear; Elimination of formal dress codes; Changes in dress codes according to employee suggestions; Casual wear in the...
- Urban studies. // Glamour;Oct96, Vol. 94 Issue 10, p232
Features work clothes for women. Ribknit dress; Trim belted jacket and bootleg pants; Skirts; Suits.
- outfit 911. // Marie Claire (US Edition);Mar2008, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p64
Several photographs of work clothes and accessories including Blouse from Ellen Tracy, Bag from MaxMara and Shoes from DKNY are presented.
- Career's new star: Fitted shirts. D'Innocenzio, Anne; Williamson, Rusty // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/4/1999, Vol. 178 Issue 24, p11
Reports on trends in women's officewear in New York as of August 4, 1999. Increased demand for relaxed office dressing; Baldanza Ltd.'s launching of a line called New York Shirts.com; Bestselling officewear; Designs for fall and holiday.
- HOT. Schlosser, Julie // Fortune;3/4/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 5, p29
Discusses how many businesses are returning to the habit of making employees dress in suits, rather than in casual attire, during office hours.