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Dress For Success - Sydney, Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula & Brisbane

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Not a slick Corporate Dress programme for budding executives .... a great organisation helping disadvantaged women dress for the jobs they're interviewing for and in the first stage of their employment.

They also give advice on interviewing skills & other areas to assist people newly arrived/released from gaol/detention centres/ re-entering the workforce/ unaccustomed to corporate culture.

I'll post this on the Lounge, but there are a lot of Fodorites who don't visit it and who would regularly recycle exactly what DFS is looking for.

* Good quality suits & office wear.
* "Smart casual" wear.

Have a look at their website : http://www.dressforsuccess.org/whatwedo.aspx

If you wear a suit to work, you'll probably be refurbishing your wardrobe for Winter.

How about giving those "lovely but I never wear them" things to someone who will LOVE you for it?

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