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Where is a cheap but affordable place to find business attire?

I will be starting at a new company that is very conservative. I already have purchased two new suits (black and grey) for my job but I obviously need more of that sore of wear. I live in the Houston area and have already looked at Burlington Coat Factory, which was good. Can someone tell me what would be some good suggestions on wardrobe and some other places I could look to purchase these items on a college student's budget? Thanks Sorry I didn't mention this earlier but I am a women.

Asked By: - 2/13/2013
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Answered By: CC. - 2/13/2013
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Sounds like you're off to a good start. Get some button down shirts, and a few ties to mix it up until that first paycheck. JCP has some button down shirts that have a slimmer cut designed for suits, and they have clearances all the time... More
Answered By: C.Gina - 2/13/2013
 
H&M have a great affordable selection of mensware. Having the two suits is a great start, all you need is to get different color button down shirts and maybe a cardigan or two to change out the suit tops for a more business casual look.
Answered By: GirlsDeadMonster - 2/13/2013
 
Take a look at Laura Ashley.com or Dorothy Perkins.com
Answered By: Kate - 2/13/2013
 
Express, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor (probably the best out of these...plus it usually has really good sales) The bigger department stores like Macy's tend to have sort of frumpy business clothes for women.
Answered By: xo379 - 2/13/2013
 
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