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The Careerist: Too Kinky for the Office?

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Your nail polish, your career: How far are you pushing the fashion envelope?

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What's being said

  • tt

    The law office (i.e. Arizona Law office) has some considerations about the facts,and people might get some info.

  • Michelle

    Law is all about judgement. If a female attorney has good judgement, she will avoid off beat colors. Stick to skin tone colors if you value your professional credibility. Keep the other colors for your weekend/vacation look. The last thing you want to have stick in senior management or a client‘s memory is off beat nail color . This from a former female partner at a large firm, who‘s had to waste too much time on reviews related to inappropriate associate attire. If you care more about wearing off beat colors than your career, do us all a favor and find a new career.

  • Judy

    Blue isn‘t morbid!

  • Ann Lee Gibson

    Good grief. Senior partners, firm leaders and firm clients don‘t care about nail polish color.

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