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Meanwhile, in D.C.

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Style players came together for charity and fashion last week in conjunction with Suited for Change, a non-profit provides professional clothing and career education to women. Robin Givhan, fashion correspondent and critic for Newsweek and The Daily Beast, hosted the soiree, and Capitol File talked to her about—what else?—dressing appropriately for work. Among other things, Givhan's advice is to look at TV's professionally savvy women on Veep, The Good Wife, and Scandal for workplace style inspiration. As if we needed another reason to subscribe to HBO. [Capitol File]