Fashion Jobs – 5 Ways to Excel at Your Internship

April 12th, 2016
If ’07 Britney Spears has taught us anything, it’s that bad reputations are irremediable. The primary purposes of doing an internship are to make valuable connections and prove yourself. Read these five tips below to make sure you keep a good name amongst your employers! 1. Timeliness: Being on time is about much more than simply arriving to the office at the appropriate hour, it can reflect greatly on your character and aptitude as an employee. Respecting people’s time by being regula Read More...

Fashion Jobs – 5 Spring Coats

April 6th, 2016
Although we have welcomed spring with open arms and are eagerly anticipating warmer temperatures, this season tends to wreak havoc on our sartorial choices. Planning chic and enviable office ensembles can prove to be challenging (and downright irritating) when the forecast calls for sunshine, torrential downpours and a few blasts of winter all within the week. The ultimate way to ride this roller coaster of spring weather is with some good outerwear. I’ve rounded up 5 coats that are the solu Read More...

Fashion Jobs – Skinny Jeans at Work

April 6th, 2016
Skinny jeans in the workforce can be labelled as a professional fashion faux-pas. With fashion evolving and work places becoming less ‘by the book’ and more on career appearance. Wearing jeans is professionally acceptable, with limitations. You want to make sure you have a solid wash, and no rips. Having no rips is the number one most important rule when wearing denim at the office. Sticking with a solid black, crisp white, deep navy, or a solid shade is flattering, clean and safe to dres Read More...

Fashion Jobs – ‘80s Flashback: The Bold Shoulder

April 6th, 2016
  The ‘80s were all about women empowerment. Women began working full time jobs, competing against men, while trending in their power suits all at the same time. Clearly women have always been destined to be #girlbosses. Luckily this ‘80s bold shoulder has come back into play, to be reinvented for the ladies in todays workforce. There’s nothing more sophisticated and kick a** then a constructed strong/bold shoulder blazer. This White Zadig & Voltaire Blazer is a personal favorit Read More...

Fashion Jobs – Fashion Stylist Interview: Nadia Pizzimenti

April 4th, 2016
For many fashion addicts, pulling clothing samples and coordinating different looks can be considered a dream career! Style Nine to Five had the opportunity to chat with talented fashion stylist Nadia Pizzimenti, whose work has been featured in both national and international print editorials and retail advertising campaigns, to give us the breakdown on what it takes to make it in the industry, the importance of a creative portfolio, and how to follow your own unique style visions. SNTF: Read More...

Fashion Jobs – 5 Tips on Staying Relevant in an Ever-Changing Industry

March 31st, 2016
Five tips to guarantee you stay à la mode while working in the fashion industry. 1. Keep Up With The Latest Tech It is clear that we are currently in the midst of a digital revolution that is breaking down the barriers of all traditional forms of media, which is, without a doubt, greatly influencing the industry. Completely digital based publications and platforms are where the future of the fashion industry is headed. For this reason, it is essential to have substantial knowledge of Read More...

Fashion Jobs – How to Make Your Resume Stand Out

March 31st, 2016
Design + Format When finding a new addition to their team, potential employers often receive dozens of resumes and applications.  Like in most of life, first impressions are key to landing your dream job and it starts with making your resume stand out in the pile (in a good way). If applying for a corporate job, keep your resume simple and professional, but modern and aesthetically pleasing. Stick with black and white, but format your text in a way that creates hierarchy. If employers are Read More...

Fashion Jobs – Spring Wardrobe Essentials: The Pleated Midi Skirt

March 30th, 2016
When it comes to spring style, most of us are drawn to airy and radiant pieces that embody the true essence of the season. Bright colours, dresses that dance in the wind and cropped white trousers are all warm weather staples that we adore, but my favourite spring item is the pleated midi-skirt. Pieces with longer hemlines and ruching can occasionally look a tad dowdy, yet the pleated midi has inexplicably managed to stand as a symbol of modern, effortless and sophisticated style. Not only is Read More...

Fashion Jobs – Wearing Pastels at the Office

March 30th, 2016
Now that the cold weather has diminished and winter is coming to an end, its time to retire those dark shades for a soft, romantic, and cupcake obsessed look. With Easter just wrapping up its easy to visualize the pastel hues that I will be sharing for your new office ready look; velvety peach, powdery mint, guava, milk caramel, pale pink, lavender, baby blues, and of course Pantone’s Spring 2016 color of the year ‘Rose Quartz’. You don’t want to look like you’re going to an Easter p Read More...

Fashion Jobs – Frank & Oak Collaborations

March 28th, 2016
If you’re into men’s fashion, then you’ve inevitably heard of Frank & Oak, a Canadian founded company that sells reasonably priced, stylish clothing for men who want to look as good as they feel. It has been cited as one of the most innovative companies in retail due to its combination of advanced technology, style, and shopping experience.  What’s exciting is that Frank & Oak have two new collaborations in store for Spring 2016. Keep reading to find out all about them – bo Read More...