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Business Apparel for Women Waterville ME

Take a look around the office and ask yourself, "Am I totally out of line compared to what my colleagues are wearing?" If the answer is yes, then you might want to save your head-to-toe Prada ensemble strictly for after-work functions. A final word of advice: your co-workers (and VP!) might actually be intimated by your wardrobe choices. But then again, if it bothers them (and you) that much, it might be time to find another job in Waterville!

Lamey Wellehan
(207) 680-2200
74 Main Street Waterville 05
Waterville, ME
 
Lane Byrant
(207) 623-8438
33 Stephan King Dr
Augusta, ME
 
Dicks Sporting Goods #244
(207) 622-3987
80 Stephen King Dr Ste 2 Augusta
Augusta, ME
 
Old Navy
(207) 623-1234
10 Stephen King Dr
Augusta, ME
 
Lace & Leather Lingerie
(207) 623-8099
52 River Rd
Chelsea, ME

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Joseph''S Clothing & Sporting Goods
(207) 453-9756
167 Main St
Fairfield, ME
 
Christopher and Banks
(207) 622-3141
Marketplace At Augusta
Augusta, ME
Hours
Mon-Sat 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

Lamey Wellehan
(207) 622-0871
144 Western Avenue
Augusta, ME
 
Gap
(207) 623-2530
4 Stephen King Dr
Augusta, ME
 
Hope Spinnery
(207) 763-4600
725 Camden Road
Hope, ME

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Does the Suit Really Make the Wo (Man)?

Q: I am mocked for my stylish and expansive wardrobe by the Vice President of Human Resources at my Company because "I am single and have nothing better to do with my money," she says. I certainly dress appropriately for a career woman and was wondering if I am committing a fashion faux pas by dressing too nicely or if she is just a catty case?

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your VP might actually be onto something more serious than you think. While there's nothing wrong with wearing the latest "it items" du jour, you might have to tone it down a notch if you are looking to climb the corporate ladder. Generally, those who work in more creative fields (i.e. advertising or publishing) wouldn't be chastised for dressing like Miranda Priestley in the film The Devil Wears Prada.

Take a look around the office and ask yourself, "Am I totally out of line compared to what my colleagues are wearing?" If the answer is yes, then you might want to save your head-to-toe Prada ensemble strictly for after-work functions. A final word of advice: your co-workers (and VP!) might actually be intimated by your wardrobe choices. But then again, if it bothers them (and you) that much, it might be time to find another job!


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