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In the News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - 5/31


Paul Fredrick will be featured in an upcoming article from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution which discusses why some men are paying more attention to their wardrobes as a way to combat against employment uncertainty at their workplaces. As the article mentions, many men are placing a focus on wardrobe staples: neckwear, suits and basic white or blue dress shirts. “People are dressing up because they want to show the boss they are engaged,” said Tom Darrow, founder of Atlanta-based Career Spa, a career counseling and job recruitment firm. “They are dressing like they mean it.” We have been hearing a lot of similar feedback from our customers. View our post, "10 Tips for a Successful Business Wardrobe" for more advice on this topic. Read the article online

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