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Fashion Jobs – Snakeskin Print for Spring

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

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Get a jump on spring shopping and pick up some snakeskin pieces hand picked by our founder Christie Lohr. All items below are shoppable.

18_ANINE-BING-SILK-CAMISOLE-PYTHON-AB43-043-36_176Anine Bing Python Silk Camisole,  $169 USD

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Rebecca Taylor Snakeskin-Printed Jumpsuit, $692 CAD

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TOPSHOP Snake Print Mensy Shirt, $70 CAD

 

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Anine Bing Daphne Flats, $349 USD

 

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Anine Bing Python Silk Skirt, $299 USD

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Snakeskin Print Wrap Skirt, $22 CAD

Rag & Bone Walker Snakeskin-Print Leather Chelsea Boots

Rag & Bone Walker Snakeskin-Print Leather Chelsea Boots, $700 CAD

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Whistles Snakeskin-Print Crepe Pants, $168 CAD

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Snakeskin turtleneck, $21 CAD – wear on its own or under a blazer for the office.

 

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Snakeskin Print Point Toe Ankle Boots, $50 CAD

Paperbag Waist Snakeskin Belted Pants

 

Paperbag Waist Snakeskin Belted Pants, $25 CAD

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Whistles Elfrida Snakeskin-Printed Dress, $252 CAD

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Metal Buckle Random Snakeskin Belt, $3.95 CAD

 

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Toni Snakeskin Print Square Keyhole Readers, 47mm, $95 CAD

 

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Vintage high waist leather skirt / snakeskin / 80’s / 90’s, $94 CAD

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Career Tips – 6 Tips for Getting Yourself Promoted

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

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How to Get Yourself Promoted

1. Develop a Bond With Your Boss: 

Building a positive relationship with your manager or boss will allow them to think of you for future opportunities. This doesn’t mean you need to be best friends, but establish the type of connection where you feel comfortable to approach them and hold a friendly conversation. Let them know what your goals are and the direction you wish to take within the company. Your boss can offer a great form of guidance or mentoring and help you get to where you want to go.

2. Take on More Responsibilities:

Show that you are ready to take on a higher position by asking for additional tasks that will prove you are capable to work a job at the next level. Take initiative and offer your time when volunteers are needed for new assignments. Come in earlier or stay later and be willing to work outside of your job description. If you are able to complete multiple tasks effectively, people will take notice and suggest you are fit for a more complex role.

3. Seek New Skills:

A new job position will require you to be knowledgeable in different areas and obtain certain skills. There can be several employees that are worthy of a promotion, therefore it is important to stand out and have a beneficial skill set. Keep up to date with any technology or systems used on the job and always be aware of what’s happening in the industry outside of the office.

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4. Build Your Network:

If you are well known within your field, the more likely your name will be passed around and recommended. Get to know all of the people you work closely with and even those in other departments. Try to socialize and learn new things from colleagues who currently work as your aspiring job title or who have been previously promoted.

5. Have a Voice:

Actively participate during team meetings and state your opinions or ask questions. Come across as someone who is interested in the conversation, rather than never having anything to say. This will demonstrate your value and ability to contribute useful ideas.

6. Ask About it:

This may seem obvious, but sometimes all you need to do is ask! A promotion or job opening may not be brought to your attention simply because no one knew you were interested in the first place. Make it clear that you want to do something new and progress towards a different role. Don’t be afraid to ask for advice or feedback on your performance, so you can highlight your recent accomplishments and know how you can improve.

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By: Alicia Elliott

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Career Advice – 5 Questions to Ask Before You Leave an Interview

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

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Interview Questions

So you’ve made it through the gruelling questions about your strengths, weaknesses and everything in between during your interview. You may have sweated through your entire suit and feel like you’ve lost all your breath from your chatter, but the end is near! Before you’re able to go out and breathe a sigh of relief, your interviewer will most likely ask you if you have any questions for him/her. This is an important aspect of every interview that is not to be ignored! Potential employers want to see that you have a genuine interest in learning more about the job and organization, before you even start your first day. Responding to this with a simple “no, not at the moment” could come across as lazy or disinterested. If you have some questions already in your mind, that’s great, but also feel free to ask anything that still may be unclear from the job posting or interview session.

Here are five key questions to consider asking your interviewer before you race out the door!

1. What is a typical day like on the job?

You already should know the key responsibilities and duties from what you’ve read from the posting or have been told, but this may allow you to get a more in depth description of your role. It will help you to envision yourself on the job and mentally prepare yourself for your first day if you are the successful candidate!

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2. How is feedback given here?

Whether it may be monthly performance reports or simple informal chats with your manager, it’s important to know how you’ll find out whether you’re doing a good job or not.

 

3. What is the workplace culture like?

You may be spending forty or more hours of your week with these new coworkers, so it’s good to know how people interact with each other and what values are important to them. It’s also good to add on here whether they do activities outside of work, like team building trips or retreats. It’ll be nice to hear if the interviewer says everyone who already works there together gets along and if they have values that match up with yours!

 

4. What do you like about working here?

This can be a great determiner of whether you yourself will like working at the organization or not. If they respond with something like “it’s easy money” or something uninspiring, then chances are they don’t actually like working there! If they give an in depth response, explaining it’s a great environment and fulfilling work, then it’s more likely they genuinely enjoy their work.

 

5. What are the key challenges to your organization right now?

This way you can see if the interviewer can actually evaluate their organization’s current position and they now what the company needs to work on. If they tell you everything is just peachy keen, then they are lying! Or they really have no clue what the company’s goals are and what they need to overcome to accomplish that. If they explain to you some of these challenges, then you can see how you would be able to help conquer these roadblocks using your skills and traits.

Asking some or all of these question will help you get a better sense of what it will be like to potentially work in the organization, and will also help you feel so much more prepared for your first day if you do indeed get the call back for the job. Don’t be afraid to take notes when they answer these questions and pay attention! You’ll be able to leave your interview in a much better mood knowing you impressed your potential employer with these key questions.

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By: Sarah Brooks, Toronto

 

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Fashion Jobs – How to Apply to a Job Successfully: Insider Tip

Wednesday, March 6th, 2019

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When you find an exciting job to apply to after your online search using keywords like “Fashion Designer Jobs” or by visiting a company’s career website, how do you guarantee your resume and cover letter will be seen after you’ve had to create a profile, answer their long list of automated questions and then finally hit send? It can feel like your application is heading into outer-space, a black hole or a bottomless pit. Where is it actually going? Career websites can be a bit impersonal and most of the time you never hear a word.

 

Here’s how’s to ensure your resume lands in the hands of the hiring manager:

 

Once you’ve applied online (AKA sending your resume into the abyss), find where it says ‘contact’ info on the company’s website; there should be a tab at the top or bottom of the website. You’ll most likely find a standard email address such as info@companyname.com or you may luck out and find careers@companyname.com. Send an email that same day saying that you just applied to the job and can’t wait to explore the opportunity. If you know the name of the hiring manager, even better. Again, once you’ve applied to the job online, also email this person directly with a message like the example below:

 

“I’d like to e-introduce myself. My name is ___ ____ and I just applied for the  _____ position posted on your website. I wanted to personally reach out with my cover letter and resume to make sure it landed in your lap and would love the opportunity to speak with your further about the _____ role.

Looking forward to hearing back!

– Your name”

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If you’re applying to jobs on Style Nine to Five, your job already lands in the lap of the hiring manager. As soon as you hit our ‘apply online’ button, upload your resume and cover letter and then click submit, the hiring manager receives an email with your application right away as if you were emailing them personally.

 

If you’re applying to a job on Indeed (or any career website like that), go directly to the company’s website to find the job at its original source. Many times you’ll find the direct email address for that job posting! Go directly to the source when you can, always.

 

If you’re applying to a job on LinkedIn, it usually states who’s heading the recruitment for that role. Connect with them! Once they’ve accepted your invitation, you can view their contact details which includes their email address.

 

When applying to jobs, or even wanting to connect with a potential employer to introduce yourself, you have to get creative and go above and beyond. Make yourself known that you’re extremely interested in working for them.

 

You still have to have a stellar cover letter and resume. I can help!

 

Christie Lohr, Founder of Style Nine to Five

 

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Fashion Jobs – Interview Question: What are your Weaknesses?

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

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No job interview is complete without the dreaded, “what’s your greatest weakness” question, or some variation of it. Employers love to ask candidates about their professional weaknesses, and what a candidate says in response can reveal a lot about them. I can’t even begin to count how many times I’ve received the generic, “I pay too much attention to detail,” another variation of turning an inherent strength into a weakness, or worse “I don’t have any”. Everyone has weaknesses in certain areas; it’s human nature. Trying to pass yourself off as a perfectionist during your interview may not actually work in your favour the way you would expect it to. Be real and be authentic. Always show up to an interview having fully prepared to answer that dreaded question. As an employer, I want to know what you’ve done to overcome a weakness in the past, specifically something that’s related to the workplace and not your personal life. It’s important to maintain professionalism, so choose a weakness that would be of interest to your interviewer.

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For example, my personal weakness is that I am disorganized. Being so busy, I want to get everything done ahead of schedule and in the rush to do so, I may just skip a beat along the way. With so much going on, I’m prone to being somewhat scatter-brained and have even missed a few important, scheduled calls in the past. In order to improve and overcome this weakness, I committed to writing everything down in front of me. I knew I had to start doing so as using my phone calendar wasn’t effective for me. Along with writing and documenting everything, I also started creating spreadsheets on Google Docs. The combination of the two has been really effective in helping me get more organized. Although my organization is still something that I’m working on, I can safely say that it’s no longer a hindrance to my ability to be productive while not missing the little details.

 

Whether you share my weakness of disorganization, or have one that’s unique to you, I encourage you to work at improving your negatives so that you can turn it into a great answer to the next “what’s your biggest weakness” interview question.”

 

– Christie Lohr @christie_lohr

 

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Fashion Jobs – 5 Questions to Ask at an Interview to Land the Job

Friday, December 14th, 2018

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We’ve all been there before: You’re at an interview and you know you’re going to be asked: “do you have any questions for me?” The table’s turn and your role switches from being the interviewee to the interviewer.  This moment can work to your benefit, instead of being dreaded. Use these five questions to help you grasp a better insight of your budding future job and make a statement that can turn it into reality.

 

1. Describe the day-to-day tasks that are included in the role?
I’m sure you’ve read over the job posting, rehearsed the qualifications and compared them to the shining star that you are. However, this is a chance for them to give you the inside scoop on the role, and fill you in on anything that wasn’t listed on the application. It’s also an opportunity to discover the layout of the office, see who you would be reporting to or working side by side. It’s an easier way for you to visualize your future daily routine and if it’s the right fit.

 

2. What type of qualities would you like to see in someone excelling in the position?
You’re obviously awesome, not to mention who wouldn’t want you on their team? This is your chance to boost your confidence and compare yourself to the role. You might walk into the interview knowing “you got this” or vice versa and shocked you were selected for a meet and greet. All skills aside, at every workplace it comes down to the personality. This is an opportunity to make your personality shine and relate their expectations to yourself. For instance, bring up a moment where you’ve problem solved or multi-tasked at work.

 

3. Describe the company culture?
A great way to picture yourself in a place is to have them explain to you what makes it so great! Your important and a solid investment to the company. Dig in and find the information you need to see if your new workplace fits as your second home. Because we all know it: regardless of where you work, it’s going to become your secondary residence. Discover their values, what makes them unique and overall aura of staff (aka your new co-workers).

 

4. What do you love most about working for the company and your position?
You’ll most likely be interviewed by your potential superior or the founder of the company. Regardless it’ll be someone who has been with the company for years and can share why they’re passionate about the purpose of their role. You can grab a glimpse of the interviewer’s background and how they made it to where they are now. This can be very motivational, to discover someone else’s success and career path.

 

5. What is the potential career growth for someone in this role?
We all think about our future with a workplace and if we can see long-term happiness. Your skills are important and your hard work should most definitely be recognized. Now is the time to see how you could grow within the company, and how to receive a greater role that can prosper your career.

 

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By Andrea Andino, Vancouver @andreaaandino

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Fashion Jobs – How to Find Your Career Path

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

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When we were younger, we all had our own aspirations as to what we wanted to become. Maybe a doctor, a director, an astronaut, or even a princess; yes life was simple back then. As our childhood slowly transitioned into adulthood, we became increasingly unsure of what we wanted to do with our lives and what careers to pursue. How exactly are we supposed to go about discovering our callings in life? Not all of us are fortunate enough to know from the get go what we want to pursue. AND THAT’S OK! It’s part of the process. Part of the dream.

From age six, wearing blue eyeshadow, fruit basket earrings, wild outfits and spiking my bangs straight up (behind my mom’s back), I knew I had a love for creativity. It’s always been in me. What has always been with you? Over the years I discovered it was fashion. I had to start somewhere, so I began my fashion career as a part time sales associate. The position exposed me to various aspects of fashion retail and also allowed me to develop my leadership skills. Because I was always motivated to go above and beyond what was expected from me, I was eventually promoted to a store manager position. Throughout my retail experience, I realized that I really enjoyed the human aspect of the job: working with a team, impacting individuals, meeting new people, and always thinking of creative ways to better my store’s results. When I transitioned into a buying position, I dealt with a lot more paperwork and realized that I missed the same human aspect that I previously mentioned. This led me to realize that perhaps human resources within the fashion industry was a good path for me.

No clue what industry you want to be a part of, let alone the exact job?

I’m a firm believer that there is always something that we each naturally gravitate towards. For me, that was fashion, but it could be anything. Where our interests lie is definitely the first and best indication of what industry we should explore. Take a moment to consider what you’re naturally good at. For me, it was my leadership and take-charge attitude that aided me throughout my life, but for you, that could be writing, merchandising, fashion designing, helping others or artistic abilities. Take time to become an expert in what you do and seek out positions that capitalize on those assets.

Ok, but where do you go from there?

I can’t stress the importance of trying your hand out at different things enough. Only through doing different things can you discover what you truly like and don’t like. It’s easy to assume what a certain job may entail, but actually experiencing the job is an entirely different beast. For example, I thought that I would really enjoy the position of a buyer. However, once I actually tried my hand out at buying and saw what tasks needed to be performed, I realized that buying was not for me. Sometimes, it takes recognizing what you don’t enjoy to realize what you do!

 

Christie Lohr

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Fashion Jobs – 5 Pairs of Sunglasses for the Most Summer Shade

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

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Everyone loves playing dress up, regardless of the season and while accessories tend to be every style enthusiasts favourite part of fashion, most will usually pick shoes or bags as their poison. Sunglasses, however, are no doubt a major part of an outfit tying together an outfit’s vibe, especially in the summertime. Eyewear is also having a major moment right now over the last few months with everything from classic styles to bolder trends taking front and centre stage. We’ve scoured the street style blogs and shopped the stores to find our favourite five pairs of sunglasses for the most shade this summer.

Ray-Ban Round Metal Sunglasses

60s Icon
Ray-Ban has to be one of the most iconic brands in eyewear, and their Round Metal is just as iconic. First released in the 1960’s, this style has been worn by some of music’s greatest legends like John Lennon who definitely helped make them cool. They come in a variety of colour combinations, and with Ray-Ban’s online customization tool you can create your own unique pair. These are for sure a pair of shades that you’ll want to hang onto for years to come!

Urban Outfitters Vintage Clueless Square Sunglasses

Valley Girl Approved
Tiny frames don’t seem to be going anywhere and what better way to feed your craving for the trend with a pop of colour? These fun vintage coloured sunglasses with square frames from Urban Outfitters are super fun and come in both bold and subtle colour options. These shades are no doubt Valley Girl approved.

MVMT Stranger Sunglasses

Classic Look
Playing with eyewear trends can be fun, but everyone needs a classic pair of frames that can take them from the office to weekend brunch and wedding season. We love these slightly oversized square sunglasses from MVMT that are the perfect balance of sophistication and edge. The Stranger frames come in both black and tortoise.

Aldo Rirede Sunglasses

Retro Chic
Everyone needs a pair of aviator style sunglasses, but they’re a style that doesn’t always suit every face shape. These retro-inspired oversized aviator frames from though Aldo has got to be the pair that suits everyone, no doubt! They have a thin frame that balances out perfectly the oversized lenses that work great for all faces and has a touch of 80’s to their style thanks to the mesh bridge.

Zara Square Cat Eye Sunglasses

Cool Cat
We don’t know why cat eye glasses took a backseat when it comes to style all these years, but we’re sure glad they’re back with a vengeance! This feminine yet edgy style works perfectly with any outfit from a power suit for the office, a sundress for beach days or jeans and a t-shirt for running errands. This square take on the style from Zara is a great alternative to the traditional cat-eye glasses, and are the perfect excuse to add a second (or fifth) pair to your collection!

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Product Info:

  1. Ray-Ban Round Metal Sunglasses, from $193
  2. Urban Outfitters Vintage Clueless Square Sunglasses, $16
  3. MVMT Stranger Sunglasses, $85
  4. Aldo Rirede Sunglasses, on sale $11.98
  5. Zara Square Cat Eye Sunglasses, $29.90

 

By: M.J. Elle, Toronto, ON, @TheMJElle

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Fashion Jobs – Fashion News Recap

Monday, May 28th, 2018

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SOIA & KYO Opens First Retail Location
Founded in Montreal in 2004 by creative director, Ilan Elfassy, Canadian outerwear brand SOIA & KYO is known for its simplistic styles that reflect timeless and classic designs that are made in Canada with high quality, luxury materials. SOIA & KYO carries a variety of men’s and women’s outerwear including down coats, parkas, wool coats, trench coats, windbreakers and leather jackets. Their first Canadian retail location is set to open in August at Square One shopping centre in Mississauga, Ontario.

 

Vancouver to Host Canada’s Biggest Sneaker Convention
If you live in the Vancouver area and are a die-hard sneaker/streetwear fanatic, this event is for you. The Vancouver Sneakerheads Group and Vancouver Streetwear Community have collaborated to bring Hype City 3 to the Harbour Convention Centre on June 3rd. This is the biggest sneaker convention in Canada and brings the most popular streetwear brands to your fingertips such as Jordan, Yeezy and the largest collection of Supreme in Canada. During the event, the brands will sell exclusive merchandise like limited editions and rare vintage pieces. If you’re not in the mood to shop you can also spend the day admiring the spread of pop-ups, hearing the stories behind some classic sneaker models, jamming to a live DJ and participating in activities throughout the day.

 

Nicolas Ghesquière Staying Put at Louis Vuitton
After some speculation that Louis Vuitton might be considering a change of direction, it has been announced that Nicolas Ghesquière’s contract as artistic director of womenswear is renewed. The design house’s owner, Bernard Arnault calls Ghesquière “one of the best designers in the world today” and says he is “very happy that we are continuing our Louis Vuitton womenswear journey with Nicolas.” Since taking over from Marc Jacobs in 2013, Nicolas has been credited with the revival of the French luxury brand. In five years he was able to introduce rejuvenated classics and breathe fresh air and ideas into Vuitton.

 

Gucci to Show at Paris Fashion Week
The Gucci Spring 2019 collection will be showcased in Paris instead of Milan during Fashion Week on September 24th. The move will tail-end creative director, Alessandro Michele’s French-inspired narrative that began with the Pre-Fall campaign tribute to the Parisian student protests of 1968. The Italian designer staple will also be staging its Resort 2019 collection in Arles, France at the end of this month. But Milan will not have to worry about losing one of their most audience pulling shows for long, luckily Gucci’s move isn’t a permanent one. CEO of Gucci, Marco Bizzarri says they are “looking forward to returning to Milan in February 2019”.

 

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By: Laura Findlay, Vancouver, @lofindlay 

Fashion Jobs – Weekly Recap

Monday, April 30th, 2018

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Now that it’s the final day of April, we wanted to kick off the start of the new week by recapping all our favourite Style Nine to Five articles from the week prior, just to ensure we’re all on the same page when it comes to the world of SNTF fashion. From questions to ask the interviewer during an interview to our favourite floral pieces for spring here are the top articles of the week.

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Interviewing the Interviewer: Questions To Get The Job
If you’re really looking to stand out and make a good impression with your questions, here are some great tips on asking questions to the interviewer to land the job! Read the full post here

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 The Five Floral Pieces You Need this Spring
A wise woman once said, “Florals for spring? Ground-breaking.” Yet each year, florals continue to be one of the hottest patterns for spring both on the catwalk and in-store. Florals can brighten any outfit and add a unique twist on how you style them. This pattern should not just be seen as the go-to because of the season, but also as a pattern that can be transitioned into your wardrobe year-round. Here are SNTF’s top five floral pieces we think you need to invest in this spring. Read the full post here

 

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