We all know the saying, ‘dress for the job you want’ but what if you don’t have the means to buy a suit for that big job interview? That’s where Dress for Success comes in. Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve financial independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Not only does Dress for Success brighten women’s lives by giving them a renewed sense of hope but they also provide guidance and support for job interviews and we all know how scary that experience can be!
As part of their fundamental mission to raise women’s self-esteem, NYDJ — well known for their slimming denim — has partnered with Dress for Success Toronto for the Denim in the Workplace series that will donate $10 to Dress for Success for every person that simply tries on a pair of their jeans!
As more and more workplaces embrace business casual and denim-friendly dress codes (Casual Fridays being a prime example) the search for the perfect professional fit has become more important than ever. NYDJ and their team of Denim Experts will guide women on how to strike the perfect balance between comfort, fashion and professionalism. These experts also touch on everything from how to select the right pair of jeans and they’ll even help you style an outfit from head to toe!
We tried NYDJ and got fitted by their Denim Experts and let us tell you, our behinds have never looked better. Did you know that their white denim in the Spotless Reputation collection is specially made to repel liquids? Yup, no more being afraid of drinking red wine in white jeans!
Looking to find the perfect fit? If the Denim in the Workplace series isn’t stopping by your office, you can get fitted for a pair of NYDJ Denim at the National Women’s Show in Toronto on November 10-12 and help raise money even by just trying on some denim!
To learn more about Dress for Success and how you can get involved, click HERE!
(Story by Assistant Editor, Blair Stutz)