Looks we love for the office, casual Fridays, and weekend adventures. Not all of this is "work appropriate," depending on where you work, of course.
Rethinking Fast Fashion—How to Dress Eco-Friendly for Work | Career Contessa
Fast fashion is swiftly destroying the environment, using questionable labor practices, and tricking women into thinking they need all of the latest trends yesterday. Here's how you can rebel against it—and consume clothing responsibly.
How to Dress for a Job Interview
Prepping for a job interview can be a real pain. And beyond practicing questions, doing your company research, and rehearsing your personal pitch—you have to decide what to wear, too. | Career Contessa
Advice to Grow Your Career
We're thrilled to announce that we've partnered with the transparent apparel company, KNOWN SUPPLY, to create our first ever product: the Equal Pay Day "Power in Numbers" t-shirt. All proceeds will be donated to one of our favorite non-profits, Step Up, a Los Angeles-based organization that helps teenage girls in underrepresented neighborhoods graduate high school and make a beeline for college. | Career Contessa
How to Refresh Your Work Wardrobe for Dropping Temps | Career Contessa
We've partnered with the fashion savvy team at Trunk Club for a series of pieces dedicated to tricky office fashion situations. But we wanted more than just their advice—we wanted proof that advice actually worked. Cue our shoot with six women we love who have completely different work wardrobe needs. This week, we're covering the 6 ways to dress for fall (in any office culture). Because that no dress-code office policy is really confusing. | CareerContessa.com
An Interview with Amy Abrams of Artists & Fleas | Career Contessa
There are the crowds of city-dwelling women fighting over limited pairs of vintage Levi's 501s and flea markets have become a weekend destination for 30-somethings. And then there's Artists & Fleas, which stands firmly at the pinnacle of the movement. We caught up with their founder Amy to talk about her unique trajectory from working in investment banking to running her own recruiting firm finding her niche in a world she built herself. | CareerContessa.com