Celebrity Fashion Stylist Starts Charity,Helps Women Dress for Success

Celebrity Fashion Stylist Starts Charity,Helps Women Dress for Success

[Editor's Note: Can you earn more simply because you dress better? Between first impressions and the image you project, how you dress and carry yourself has a big impact on your career. It's not more important than your skills, but it is a key component to success.This post features a celebrity fashion stylist's new charity and tips for dressing fabulously on a budget. - Paula G]

I read a Forbes article, Can Dressing Well Increase Your Income in 2013?, and it featured Sam Russell, a celebrity stylist who started an interesting charity. Sam started The Giving Closet in 2011, using his industry connections to help women in need get wardrobes to help them with their job search. . . .

The Giving Closet

Image: Orin Zebest via Flickr

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