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While I'm normally the one handing out advice, I now need some advice from you all.I read so many articles on social media, but I rarely find information that I can use and apply to my business. So I'm reaching out to all of the people in the blogosphere with the following questions.
A girl can never own too many shoes.I love dressing up an outfit with a great pair of statement heels — whether it be for a speaking engagement, an afternoon coffee meeting, or an appearance or photoshoot.
I had a great opportunity on Tuesday night to moderate a Think Tank discussion about Gen Y in the workforce.The event was hosted by Dell at their amazing #DellVenue in Manhattan, and included input from entrepreneurs, employers, recruiters, and students.
When I'm traveling, it is important that I pack items that are versatile and work with several of my basics.I spent some time in Richmond, VA in April at Virginia Commonwealth University as part of my spring speaking tour, and this was an outfit that I wore for the afternoon before the event.
One thing that I love the most about the spring season is adding fun seasonal shades to my wardrobe.This year, I'm loving shades of peach and coral. The hue is feminine, chic, and very versatile, pairing well with countless neutrals.
Bags are a girl's best friend.They are also an element of fashion that you can constantly incorporate into your work wardrobe. A practical work tote is an important investment for the working girl, and I'm loving all of these printed totes that are currently on the market!
Everyone gets rejected.It's important that we use that rejection to propel us forward and launch us into the next best thing.
Florals and fun accessories are a fabulous pair.While this outfit is a bit more casual (I admittedly take advantage of the fact that my work wardrobe doesn't always have to be suits and dresses), it's perfect for looking trendy yet put-together.