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Dressing Attire
 
  • By simply taking the time to accurately match your business attire to your position, you could instantly change the outcome of every meeting you attend, every order you give, or every interaction you have with other people? Because in this day and age of casual dress and relaxed attitudes, taking the time to dress appropriately for your industry will put you so far ahead of just about anyone you work with that the avalanche of benefits that you'll enjoy will come to you as easily as taking candy from a baby.

  • Assess the current situation. Imagine what the people will be wearing. Will you stick out like a sore thumb in your vintage gown and Louboutin pumps? Or will you simply add a little flavour? You don't want to look like everyone else, but you don't want to be too out of it.

  • When in doubt, keep it simple. Tons of accessories aren't necessary. Stick to your main piece and build around it with things that compliment it. Remember texture, prints, and colours. Contrast is nice, but when everything clashes it's not hot.

  • Be confident. Pretend like you're selling both yourself and what you're wearing. You have to make it appealing. Stand up straight, smile, and mingle.

  • Make sure everything fits nicely. When everything is popping out or you can't distinguish your frame- it's not hot. If something is really great and not in your size, get it tailored. A nice outfit is always worth it.

  • Wear minimal make-up if you're going all out with the clothes and more attention-grabbing makeup if your clothing is more simple (e.g.: red lipstick and eyeliner).

  • Go in and own it, whatever you wear.

Some fine details about dressing in a suit

  • With two button jackets only the top button should be fastened.

  • With three button jackets, you can close the middle or the middle and top buttons.

  • Match the belt to the color of your shoes.

  • Choose black shoes for dark gray, navy, brown or black suit.

  • The tip of the bottom of your tie should just graze the top of your belt buckle.

Tips

  • Be confident. No one likes a wet blanket or a shy person, no matter how cute the clothes.

  • Half of this is how you present it, not what you're wearing.

  • Don't look slutty under any circumstances- no situation would call for it. A miniskirt and platforms are pushing it. Try some ballet flats, boots, or kitten heels.

  • Sneakers do not go well with formal clothing. Don't do it.

  • Have fun!

Warning

  • Don't show up completely out of place. It's not cool.

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