Dress for success without breaking the bank

Keeping up with the dress code at your new workplace doesn't have to mean shelling out big bucks on a new wardrobe. Mix and match pieces and a little help from your co-workers is a good place to start.  

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    Sales consultant James Field adjusts the tie display at bespoke Savile Row tailors Anderson & Sheppard in central London last month. Hamm recommends asking co-workers for tips on building a new, work-appropriate wardrobe on a budget.
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