With premium office clothing retailer Rhodes and Beckett on the (accelerated) path to closing down, this may be a good time to browse thru the aisles of heavily discounted garment to add to the office wardrobe. Their fabric are quality fabric, and some items are made in Australia (although not all).
You will get compliment and attraction of others easily. For storage we strongly suggest you to cover it with breathable fabrics and store it in cold dry place. XS/S for the one who wear X-small to small and M/L for the one wear Medium to Large size • Color Disclaimer: Due to monitor settings, monitor pixel definitions, we cannot guarantee that the color you see on your screen as an exact color of the product. “Don’t get in a costume-like outfit,” says Keylee Sanders, owner of the successful consulting and styling company Style Studio and a former Miss Teen USA.“Dress in something you would wear on a regular basis because hopefully you’ll see this person a second date.The long sleeved with shirt (and the pencil skirt too) that has become my favourite abruptly ended many seasons ago.Searching high and low for a new one as my current ones start to head towards replacement age is a futile attempt: such wardrobe classics are simply discontinued after each season.Those Skirts are designed for official as well as party use. • CARE INSTRUCTION STORAGE & PACKAGING- Do not wash with water.
For storage we strongly suggest you to cover it with breathable fabrics and store it in cold dry place.
The long-standing 90/10 rule requires that for-profit institutions derive at least 10 percent of their revenue from non-Title IV student aid programs to show that institutions can attract funding from sources other than solely from the federal government, as a proxy for quality. The loophole has created a well-documented incentive for certain for-profit institutions to target eligible servicemembers, veterans, and their families in an effort to more easily meet the 10 percent non-federal aid requirement. “Closing the 90/10 loophole would remove the incentive for-profit schools have for recruiting veterans and servicemembers aggressively for programs that may not serve them well.” To protect America’s troops and veterans from targeting by predatory institutions, the President’s Budget has proposed including all Federal educational aid programs, including veteran and servicemember aid and reverting the 90 percent benchmark back to the original 85 percent in the calculation.
However, because of a statutory loophole, the 90/10 rule does not count GI Bill educational benefits administered by the VA and DOD Tuition Assistance program as federal funding. Holly Petraeus, the Assistant Director for Service Member Affairs at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, described this loophole as causing for-profit colleges to see servicemembers as nothing more than “dollar signs in uniform.” “These findings shine a light on the institutions skirting the 90/10 Rule by relying on the hard-earned education benefits awarded to servicemembers,” said U. If the threshold were lowered, analysis shows that the number of failing schools in a single year would increase from 17 to 563 schools that receive combined federal aid totaling $12.6 billion.
New estimates by the VA and DOD found that by counting VA's Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits as federal aid, the number of schools receiving at least 90 percent of their revenue from federal education programs would jump from 17 to nearly 200.
The total federal aid dollars administered by schools that rely on federal funds for more than 90 percent of their total revenues would increase from approximately $80 million to an estimated $8 billion.
Well for a start both seem to have a line that is catered towards the office wardrobe of the corporate woman. And both also seem to target the premium end of the market, matching each other’s prices (I recently paid full price for a new Rhodes and Beckett long sleeved white shirt is $159 and within the same season bought at full priced a CUE white shirt at $159, I didn’t realise before that they were matched for price until I pulled out the old tabs as I write this).