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Style Essentials for the Tax Professional: Jules Says, Socks are the New Tie

Jules, a fashion consultant living in New York City's Upper East Side, says:  

Have you ever thought about trading in your boring black socks for something a little bit more fun and updated, yet still professional? If you are looking to spice up your wardrobe in a simple way, you have options at every price point.

Gone are the days of everything matching. Substitute your black socks for a color you like or try something a little out of your color comfort zone. There are many different stripes, dot and color combinations. They will be a conversation starter and show that you are man of true style!

 

PolkaDot
Paul Smith Polka Dot Sock found at Barneys

 

Socks-patterned
Sock it to Me Combo Moustachioed $9.00 each

 

Daring
Henrik Vibskov Helsinki socks from Copenhagen $25.00

 

 

Julia is a Fashion Stylist based in New York City. She is a graduate of Fordham University and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Having a background in Finance, her speciality is working with men and women who are looking to transform their corporate and personal wardrobes. Julia shows you fun and easy ways to dress and always look your best to achieve your goals.

If you are looking for more great fashion advice from Jules, visit her blog at http://sayitinstylewithjules.blogspot.com/   or send her an email at  sayitinstylewithjules@gmail.com

 

 

 

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