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Fall Fashion Issue 2012

Detroit on the fly - Off to work

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ESTHER RUBYAN
  • Esther Rubyan

Sure, we heard that one: Detroit doesn't get by on its looks; it has to work for a living. 

But just because you have to put in the hours doesn't mean they can't be stylish ones. After all, you can hustle as hard as you can, but getting noticed is another thing entirely. Showing composure is important, as is bringing a smile to your colleagues' faces. Nothing aids the attitude like a splash of color.

And nothing proves you're a pro like never losing your cool.

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