Dobbin

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Classic Styles For Spring With Dobbin Clothing, made in NYC

Spring shopping is my absolute favorite because I love dressing for warmer weather. If you're like me, you aren't a huge fan of bulky sweaters, blazers, and turtlenecks. Although I like shopping in Spring, I'm a size 12, so it's not always easy to find clothing that fits well. Here's what I look for when I shop: Classic styles that are “on-trend”, but not trendy Pieces that can transition from desk to drinks Great fabric that lays well on the body One brand I love that fits all of these attributes is Dobbin Clothing.  While the brand's business model is unique in...

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Smart, Chic & Made in the USA: Why I Love Wearing American-Made Dresses to Work

USA Love List Dresses – Smart, Chic & Made in the USA by commandress featuring a shift dress Guest Post by Abigail Joan Politzer of Commandress.com I love dresses. I love them for work, I love them for play, and I even love wearing them when I’m not leaving my house. I love dresses so much that one of the reasons I chose “Commandress” as the name of my blog is because it makes me think of a woman who is confident and professional – and wearing an awesome dress. Dresses can simplify your life – something I think we’re all looking for. There are fewer decisions to make with dresses. You can look put-together and polished in minutes. Accessorizing your dresses can change you from work to play easily. More than that, a great dress can be professional, stylish, comfortable, easy to wear, versatile and Made in the USA. The right dress can make you look great, feel great, and enjoy knowing that your purchase supports America’s clothing manufacturers and has a real impact on our economy. What makes a dress work-appropriate? This can vary among regions and workplaces, but here are the basics: (1) Fit:  Professional dresses should be tailored and/or body-skimming – but not tight. I sometimes go up a size when I’m buying a dress for work. (2) Hem:  The length should be just above...

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