‘Dress for Success Fashion Show’ informs students on professional and casual attire

Alex Mowrey

Alex Mowrey, Photo Editor
March 5, 2014

The “Dress for Success Fashion Show” presented by AVI, Career Education and Development Office, CSIL, Enterprise, Grove City Premium Outlets and Prudential on Wednesday evening showed students the appropriate types of attire that is acceptable for men and women in the workplace. Students strutted their stuff down the cat walk and with a barrage of camera clicks and flashes made it seem like a real professional fashion show. There were many different types of dress that were shown off to spectators. Such outfits included proper interview attire, casual Friday wear and even proper gym wear. The Director of Career Education & Development, John Rindy stated that the event “is a chance for the students to see what professional dress looks like in many different circumstances.” He hopes that with this event students can leave with the knowledge about how to choose the appropriate wear for the particular situation.

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