A reader seeks advice on updating a wardrobe for a new job search.
I’m starting a new chapter in my life. I’ve got a closet full of beautiful blazers, denim shirts, crewnecks and scarves that were shaped by my last professional dress code and reflect a very specific American aesthetic, but I’m back on the job market and struggling to find a style that reflects my independence. After years championing a very specific look, how do I reboot and find me in my closet again? — Christine, New York
I think this is an issue faced not just by someone starting — or looking for — a new job, but by
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