This undated photo courtesy of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics/Sunny Shokrae shows clients Sandra Smiley, left, and Roslyn Gillespie during a Dress for Success makeover session and lesson in New York. "How you look really does matter because you never get a second chance to make a first impression," says Joi Gordon, CEO of the charitable organization Dress for Success, which has added to its own resume since it launched in 1997 providing interview suits to those who couldn't afford them. The group now additionally offers office clothes, image counseling, career guidance and financial planning to women looking to re-enter the work force. (AP Photo/Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Sunny Shokrae)

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