Fashion Facets

DRESS YOUR CASES IN BUSINESS CASUAL Integrating apparel and jewelry in your displays can help customers to see how the two work together. And for customers who are confounded by what "business casual" means, such displays can show exactly how jewelry is an important part of making casual clothes work for work. Pulsar Watch Co. recently hosted a seminar to teach women how to dress for Casual Fridays and casual workplaces. The company offered tips to make the transition from dressed up to dressed down without buying a whole new wardrobe. You can use these tips, plus a few extras from JCK, to help educate your customers. And, if you can dedicate two or three showcases, assemble some outfits yourself and put these ideas in practice in your display. After all, a picture is worth 1,000 words. Here are few examples. 1. One of the best ways to stretch a business wardrobe is to break suits

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