Dressing for Success: A Guide for Men and
Dressing for Success
A Guide for Men and Women on What to Wear in the Workplace
Since 1826, Lord & Taylor has built a reputation for service, for quality, and most of all, for style. By creating a unique mix of the latest trends and the timeless classics, Lord & Taylor has become the favorite store of generations of shoppers. Lord & Taylor is not only at the forefront in fashion but they’ve also set significant trends in the retailing industry. Their goal is simple – to make Lord & Taylor your favorite store.
Date/Time: Wednesday January 25, 2012 – 6:00pm-7:00pm,
followed by a unique shopping experience until 9:00pm.
Location: Lord & Taylor- 1440 Northern Blvd, Manhasset, NY 11030
(516) 627-3000, www.lordandtaylor.com
RSVP to: (718) 224-0566 or connect-to-care@…
Space is limited. Advance registration is required by January 18, 2012.
Transportation will be available, departing from both locations at 5:30 pm:
- The Samuel Field Y (58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck NY 11362)
- The Central Queens Y (67-09 108 Street Forest Hills, NY 11375).
Please note that registration for transportation, including pick up location, is required.
Workshop Description: Your wardrobe says a lot about you to potential employers. How you present yourself ensures that you are sending the right message. This special event for both men and women will help you learn from the fashion experts at Lord & Taylor how to select your wardrobe for an interview and for the workplace. Watch as live models and visual demonstration, showcasing mid-tier designers, provide the tips and tricks you need to create and enhance your personal style. Make up consultation from Laura Mercier will be on hand to complete your look. Sales associates will be available following the demonstration to guide you through the store, assisting with ideas and personal shopping needs within your budget. A 20% coupon will be offered online and in stores. One attendee will win a gift card from Lord & Taylor.
UJA-Federation of New York’s Connect to Care is a multi-agency initiative assisting families who have been adversely affected by the economic downturn and provides assistance with: Employment & Career Transition Services, Legal and Financial Consultations, Supportive Counseling & Jewish Spiritual Care.
In partnership with Lord & Taylor. View our other workshop flyers at: www.sfy.org/connecttocare
Introducing The Connect to Care Distance Learning Program: http://www.sfy.org/seminars
Our Team Stands Ready To Speak With You.
Please Call Us at: (718) 224-0566
The Connect to Care Team at the Samuel Field Y
Jeri Mendelsohn, Associate Executive Director
The Samuel Field Y is the Queens lead agency for UJA-Federation of New York’s Connect to Care
Phone: (718) 224-0566
Fax: (718) 224-7544
Address: 58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362
Program Website: http://www.ujafedny.org/connect-to-care-centers
Queens Workshops: http://www.sfy.org/connecttocareworkshops
Interest Free Loans: http://www.sfy.org/connecttocareloans
Queens Resource Directory: http://www.sfy.org/connecttocareresourcedirectory
Distance Learning Program: http://www.sfy.org/seminars
UJA-Federation of New York’s Connect to Care is a multi-agency initiative assisting families who have been adversely affected by the economic downturn and provides assistance with: Employment & Career Transition Services, Legal & Financial Consultations, Supportive Counseling, Jewish Spiritual Care, & Interest Free Loans up to $10,000. Watch our 8 Minute Loan Presentation, view our other workshop flyers, and our resource directory at: www.sfy.org/connecttocare
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