Fashion Relief For The Newly Graduated with Ashley Poulin

Fashion Relief For The Newly Graduated with Ashley Poulin

Becoming a new graduate can come with a lot of worries. You’ll wonder where you will work first, if the major you chose was right for you after all, or how you’ll go about paying off the immense amount of college debt you’ve stacked up. Luckily with this webinar, one thing you’ll never have to worry about is looking your best at work. We want you to look good and feel good about life after college.


As a recent grad, it can be difficult to justify spending the little money you have on “boring” work attire. But here’s some news for you: It doesn’t (and SHOULDN’T) have to be boring – or expensive.

In this webinar, we’ll cover some of the major fashion concerns of recent grads, and provide some easy solutions.

Top 3 Fashion Concerns of Recent Grads:

  1. Building professional wear but still looking fashionable and not boring
  2. Finding clothes you can wear to work and easily go out in afterwards
  3. Knowing how work pants and skirts should fit that would be considered professional

Dressing professional while still looking fashionable has it’s few tricks, but is definitely not as hard as it may seem. Thankfully, Ashley Poulin of Sharpheels.com (a hot new fashion site!), has some awesome pointers for you in her upcoming webinar, “Fashion Relief for the Newly Graduated.”

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