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  • Appropriate Business Attire for Both Men and Women

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    Appropriate Business Attire for Both Men and Women (i.e. business casual vs. business formal)

    Many businesses these days have more than one dress code, calling for business casual attire on certain occasions and business formal wear on others. These two distinctions are quite different for men and women, which is why it is important to know the requirements for each one. The following guidelines will help you know which pieces...

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  • What to Wear to an Interview

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    What to Wear to an Interview

    Your first impression is a lasting one, which means the decision as to whether or not you get a job could be made before you even utter a word. If you want to have a shot at landing the perfect position, here is some advice to follow regarding dressing for an interview.

    Consider the Type of Business

    You should generally dress for the position...

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  • The Rise of Performance Fabrics

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    Athletes are under a lot of stress, both on and off the field. They must train hard and play even harder. When they’re uncomfortable, it becomes difficult for them to perform at the best of their ability. As such, many prominent athletic wear companies have created fabrics and technologies that improve overall comfort. Nike’s Dri-FIT technology is just one of many.

    The First Glimpse of Today’s Athletic Wear

    Although much...

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  • Today’s Best Options for Reducing Sweat

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    Everyone sweats from time to time. It’s the only way the body can cool itself down, which keeps you healthy and protects your vital organs. While it’s perfectly acceptable to sweat in the gym or while you’re out working in the yard, there are times when it isn’t ideal. Here are some of the options people use to help reduce the amount of sweat their bodies produce.

    Note: Even with...

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  • History of Polyester Fabrics

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    Polyester is a type of fabric that is made from plastic. It’s cheap, it’s efficient, and it’s quite convenient since it doesn’t wrinkle, even if you wad it into a ball. Although it wasn’t prevalent until the 1960s, polyester’s history is quite an extensive one. 

    Early Beginnings

    Polyester fabrics got their beginnings back in the mid-1930s when a man by the name of W.H. Carothers, a DuPont employee at the...

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