PHOENIX - Dress for Success is a non-profit organization that helps disadvantaged women around the Valley and the country by providing them professional attire and other career development tools.
The organization receives clothing donations and jewelry company lia sophia provides jewelry to compliment the outfits of those women going through the program.
Each Dress for Success client receives one suit for her job interview and can return to pick out a second suit or other outfits when she finds a job.
Dress for Success representatives say there are a variety of ways women can dress for success when applying for their next job.
For companies that have a business or business casual dress code, the key is to keep the look basic and conservative. If interviewing at a place that is more casual, a nice pair of dark jeans and a simple shirt or sweater might do the trick.
Dress for Success is located at 1024 E. Buckeye Road, suite 165, in Phoenix. For more information about the organization log onto dressforsuccess.org .
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