New Suits for Cheap

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‘Fashion in Motion’
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It’s hard joining the real world after college, and finding professional-looking clothing at entry-level salary prices is near impossible.  But lucky for you, there are monthly boutique sales at Suited for Change.  This Tuesday, May 25 from 3 PM to 6 PM, head over to Suited for Change at 1010 Vermont Avenue to shop for gently worn women’s designer label suits, pants, and shirts at rock bottom prices (we’re talking $15 Ann Taylor suits here, people).

The only problem with wearing the same suit everyday is that your trousers will wear away pretty quickly if you don’t allow them to rest regularly. One solution is to switch up two suits in similar shades and fabrics and wear them as separates on contrasting days. No matter what company you work for, or what industry you work in, you’ll never go wrong if you wear a ​​business suit. And, while certain situations call for less formal attire (e.g., the company picnic), it’s not hard to figure out attire if you follow a few simple guidelines. To find the best variety of suits we recommend to check this affordable linen suits catalog.

And the best part is that proceeds go to benefit Suited for Change, which works in the DC area to provide professional clothing and career skills education to low-income women in the community.  So not only will you get some great work clothes for cheap, you’ll also be helping other DC women get suited up for the office. affordable linen suits

Shannon grew up in the greater DC area/Maryland suburbs, went to Virginia for college and grad school (go Hoos!), and settled in DC in 2006. She’s an urban planner who loves transit (why yes, that is her dressed as a Metro pylon for Halloween), cities, and all things DC. Email her at Shannon (at)!

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