What To Wear

Our purpose is to help you dress for success. As we build our brand we will be offering realistic advice on what-to-wear,  and what-not-to-wear at work. Plus we will show you how to build daily power outfits that fuel your success in the workplace!

If you’ve ever seen the capsule wardrobe ideas on Pinterest, you’ll know what our mission is. We will offer basic and classic pieces that can mix and match, are affordable and easy-to-care for (who wants to spend their money at the dry cleaners when you could be having drinks and dinner with friends instead?)

Since we are in the initial development stages, we welcome your opinion. In fact, we need your opinions. We’ve created a survey that we would really appreciate if you would take time to complete. We’ll send you a thank you gift in exchange for your feedback.

SURVEY :

First Job First Aid

You landed the job! CONGRATULATIONS!

But mom and dad now think since you are gainfully employed, it’s time you turned in the family credit card. On top of it you have to get up at 7:00am every single morning during the week to get to work on time. By the time you get home, you’re exhausted. Who wants to do a lot of shopping? Not you.

But you know that every morning, dressing for work would be a lot easier if you have the perfect wardrobe and all you had to do in the morning was open the door to your closet, and magically in front of you were multiple options for outfits, that felt great, looked great, were office appropriate and gave you a fashion forward presence at the office. You came to the right place. We can help.

Young Professional Fashion was launched from the need of young professional women who need to put together office-appropriate wardrobe without breaking the bank. And you’re here at the right time. We’re designing the product line right now. If you want to make sure we build a wardrobe you will love, send us your dream wardrobe images. We will consider all submissions!

 

Interview Wear

So, you’ve graduated from college, spent hours in the library researching neutrons and protons just to pass the basic science class required for your undergrad. For the last 4 years, you lived in leggings and tshirts. You had 2 or 3 “going-out” dresses. Now you’ve got an interview for your first job. And you are thinking, “What will I wear?’