If there’s one thing better than acing the interview and landing your dream job, it’s finding out that your dream job also comes with a relaxed dress code. In a world where monotone suits and pointed pumps are an assumed prerequisite, it can be a breath of fresh air to find out that your new role offers you full creative control over your wardrobe. But how do you ensure you keep your office attire on the right side of ‘casual’?
Feud breaks Swedish DJ Avicii and Deadmau5 on Instagram and Twitter after the Canadian called out ‘lazy DJ’s’ on his blog earlier this week. Resulting in Avicii having a few words for Zimmerman on his Instagram.
As individuals aspiring for success in this industry, we’ve all done our research; we know the job title we’re after and it’s just a not-so-simple case of making that dream reality. But what if I told you there were a whole bunch of other careers directions you’ve never even heard of? They may be, erm, shall we say, niche, but they still open that career doorway.
The colour grey is the bread and butter of any wardrobe. This versatile hue strikes the perfect balance between the freshness of white and the moodiness of black, and works well in almost any sartorial situation.