Eight summer workplace wardrobe no-nos
As summer arrives, winter wardrobes melt away, replaced by shorts, sandals, and sundresses. But you may want to think twice before trotting your sun-friendly attire into the office.
Sean Dowling, branch manager for staffing firm Robert Half International, says it's important not to let lax summer dress habits spill over into the workplace. "Your presentation really does play a role in your career." Dowling said.
He cited a Robert Half study in which 93 percent of executives surveyed said an employee's appearance played a role in promotions, and said job-seekers may only get one chance to dress to impress.
We asked Dowling for a rundown of office fashion faux pas that crop up as the weather warms. Take a look at these eight mistakes to avoid.