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How Dress for Success helps women

At Savvy Sassy Moms, we know how you dress can affect your mood, your confidence and the way you carry yourself as you walk into a room. Well-fitting, situation-appropriate clothes can provide the kind of inner confidence that allows you to stand taller in your shoes — even if you’re so nervous you’re shaking in them.

Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. Listen to three powerful stories about the power a job holds in a woman’s life.

While clothes are an important part of Dress for Success, the organization does more than help women look like they’re ready for success. Networking and career development tools are the other cogs that work together to help women find their career footing, build their confidence and provide for their families.

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Vanity Fair and the fantastic BOGOGO

We can’t resist a bargain, and Buy One, Get One deals always turn our heads. The Vanity Fair partnership with Dress for Success takes the BOGO concept and adds a level of social good with “give one.”

Vanity Fair Lingerie supports the women of Dress for Success as they kick off their Buy One, Get One, Give One (BOGOGO) promotion this week! Vanity Fair believes a bra can change a life, so during BOGOGO events, shoppers will have the opportunity to buy any Vanity Fair bra at regular price, receive one Vanity Fair bra for free and in turn, Vanity Fair will donate one bra to Dress for Success.

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In addition to providing a bra to a woman — talk about a literal and figurative foundation for feeling good at a job interview! — shoppers have the opportunity to write a personalized bit of advice that will be passed along with the donation.

Writing the advice cards makes this event truly special. Watching the Dress for Success video drove home how personally women are affected by the program, and I can imagine the individual notes written on inspiration cards give an extra boost when getting ready to go to an interview. Connecting with and supporting other women helps build the network needed to create opportunities for career success — one note card at a time.

Support Vanity Fair and Dress for Success at a BOGOGO event near you

We love that you can find Vanity Fair bras at a variety of national and regional department stores. Getting to a BOGOGO event won’t be hard this fall, because they’re spread out over about six weeks at all different stores. Check out your lingerie drawer, stock up during this promotion and follow the #WomenWhoDo hashtag to see the power of supporting other women in reaching for their dreams.

  • Kohl’sSept. 24 – Oct. 3, 2015
  • JCPenneyOct. 7 – Oct. 12, 2015
  • SearsOct. 11 – Oct. 17, 2015
  • Macy’sOct. 14 – Oct. 18, 2015
  • BeallsOct. 18 – Oct. 24, 2015
  • Boscov’sOct. 25 – Oct. 31, 2015
  • BelkNov. 1 – Nov. 8, 2015
What advice would you give women interviewing for a career-changing position?

Meet the Author | Angela Amman


Angela Amman is a short story and essay writer. Collecting her family's stories is a gift-in-progress for her daughter and son, and she blogs at Playing with Words, capturing the craziness and beauty that weave together to create something extraordinary. As the co-director of Listen To Your Mother Metro Detroit, Angela is thrilled to bring others' stories to the stage and to celebrate the magic of words, storytelling, and the courage to share that magic with an audience. When she should be sleeping, she works on her latest short story collection. Her writing has been featured on Mamalode, Peacock Journal, and Scary Mommy. Her personal essays and short stories have appeared in her collection, Nothing Goes Away, and various anthologies.

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