November 23, 2022
When the Outfit Helps You Land the Job—and How Bottomless Closet Makes That Possible
“It doesn’t matter whether you’re applying for a junior or senior role. If you don’t feel confident, if you don’t feel like you look professional, you’re not going to get the job.”
September 29, 2022
Should You Use Emojis at Work?
Simple smiley faces just got a whole lot more complicated.
September 23, 2022
Five Women on Going Gray in the Workplace
It may actually work in one’s favor.
September 09, 2022
Thinking About Leaving Your Job? Here’s How Seven Entrepreneurs Decided to Take the Leap
From inspiring books to unsupportive bosses, here’s what made seven women leave their day jobs to go it alone.
August 26, 2022
How to Prep for Important Career Moments, According to a Singer, Dancer, Athlete, and Movie Stand-In
Ever wondered how a ballerina gets ready backstage? How a singer gears up to perform at Coachella? Four women share their tactics for getting in the zone.
August 18, 2022
“It Was Time to Do Something Uncomfortable”: A Former M.M. Stylist’s Unexpected Career Journey
Elecia Allen is risk-averse by nature—but she quit her job and moved across the country to follow her passion anyway.
August 12, 2022
Starting a New Job? Follow These Tips on How to Succeed 30, 60, and 90 Days In
M.M.’s Director of People shares tips on setting realistic boundaries, getting the most out of onboarding, and establishing yourself as an expert.
July 08, 2022
Makeup Has Officially Returned to the Office
Foundation, eyeliner, and mascara have even more meaning now.
June 23, 2022
11 Things Never to Do in an Interview, According to HR Professionals
You got your résumé into tip-top shape, and you landed the interview. Here’s what NOT to do next.
June 03, 2022
6 Successful Women Share Their Biggest Career Mistakes
These women learned the hard way—so you don’t have to.
May 20, 2022
Do You Have to Quit Your Day Job to Work on a Passion Project?
Plus, contribute to M.M.’s time capsule, and we’ll follow up in one year with reflections on what has (and hasn’t) changed.
April 21, 2022
How to Make a Positive Social Impact—Without Quitting Your Day Job
Want to make a difference in the world, but aren’t sure where to start? The Executive Director of MIT Solve shares her advice.
April 07, 2022
What 6 Women Who Changed Careers During the Pandemic Learned About Themselves
Change is never easy, but it can also be an important catalyst for self-discovery.
March 26, 2022
Want a More Meaningful Career? Try Starting with a Personal Vision Statement
Executive and leadership coach Kacey Cardin shares her advice for prioritizing purpose-driven work.
February 25, 2022
How to Be an Equitable Manager, According to a Workplace & Equity Expert
Author, professor, and equity expert Minda Harts shares concrete steps to create an equitable and psychologically safe environment for all employees.
February 19, 2022
3 Black M.M. Stylists Share Their Thoughts on Hair in the Workplace
“Working in fashion, I am fortunate to be in a space that fosters and encourages creativity. But many cannot say the same.”
December 17, 2021
M.M.LaFleur’s 2021 Year-in-Review
Find out what M.M. customers—and employees—wore, watched, and did this year.
November 07, 2021
The One Thing Every Woman Wants More Of, Post-Pandemic
In partnership with The Harris Poll, M.M.LaFleur surveyed 800 women to learn how the pandemic has changed the trajectory of their lives. What we discovered was that the majority of women want the same thing: time.
October 09, 2021
12 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Want to Find Your Purpose
This is what you should know about yourself before making a major change in your career or your life.
September 17, 2021
A 3-Part Formula for Eliminating Awkward Small-Talk at Work
Whether you’re heading back into the office or still stuck on Zoom, chances are your small-talk skills could use a tune-up.
August 28, 2021
How to Connect with Your Coworkers When You Work from Home
Investing in getting to know your colleagues can have a major impact on your happiness at work—and it doesn’t have to be time-consuming, awkward, or uncomfortable.