Business casual, made a cult by Silicon Valley, didn't survive The Great Recession.
That's why the bible of professional life, Bloomberg Business Week, tells you. About 66 percent of employers demand a return to professional attire -- so goodbye to jeans, flip flops, and no underwear. There's more. Organizations are hiring image coaches to guide employees on how to get a competitive edge through how they dress. That "how" ranges from a well-tailored suit to a quality attache case. Will those phrases like "Dress for Success" and "Power Dressing" return too?