Whether you’re on a 16-hour flight to Australia or an hour-long flight to Maine, there are five airport must-haves you need to travel in style:
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That’s it for me today. Any Questions? You know where to reach me!
Congratulations! You've prepared your closet, set your budget, and chosen your stores, now you're ready to make some decisions on what items to buy. Here are my recommendations on what to purchase to make the right impression, no matter your budget.
Remember that these recommendations are just a jumping off point for you. There are thousands of other options out there that will give you a similar look. Don't be afraid to mix and match between stores and designers, as long as you're sticking to the decisions you made from reading the first two articles of my "From College to Career" series.
Be confident, enjoy your new pieces, and as always, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out, I'm only a quick email or phone call away!
Hey graduate! Now that we're ready to head to the store, let’s figure out where we’re going.
The first step to figuring out which shops you should frequent is determining your budget. Are you down to drop a few stacks or are you looking to make the most of the graduation money your grandmother gave you? To help, I’ve placed my go-to stores into three categories that will make the process a bit easier.
Where to shop if rent and student loans are making you nervous:
Where to shop if you need a few key pieces to take your wardrobe to the next level:
Where to shop if you’re ready to invest in luxury clothing:
While these are just a few of my favorite stores, there are thousands of others out there. The most important thing to remember when you go to one of these stores is to stay focused and remember the decisions you made from reading From College to Career: How to Transition Your Wardrobe to Make the Right Impression.
Stay tuned for my next article where I'll show you what to buy to live up to your interview promises!