message here is that if you want to be recognized as a serious contender for a
position, you should dress for the part.
powerful and the wealthy understand the importance of communicating
with clothing. They can project and interpret messages that
are amazingly subtle and complex. Just as important as knowing
what to wear and having reasoned for wearing it.
Dress for the position you want.
Fit the clothes to the occasion.
Fit the clothes for the people you'll be associating with.
Dress for the code.
you wear sends out every signal of what you are. Assuring that you're skilled
and competent of what you do, establishing a professional image can improve your
chances of getting to your direction fast and, of course, of moving up.
you choose to wear doesn't have to be expensive. Good clothing comes in all price
ranges. With today's discount outlets, inexpensive alternatives are not hard to
find. Wear the best you can reasonably afford to buy.
someone doesn't dress-up to their potential, it's not necessarily due to a lack
of taste, but often a misguided belief that dressing doesn't really make any difference.
Not knowing how it works is sad but not taking advantage of its benefit is really
choose garments because of the way they appear on models
and/or friends you're apt to convey and confess several
of your body flaws. Avoid to looking "model Wanna-be."
your body builthas
no substitute in making the right fashion choices. Now
that women in corporate office tend to imitate men's dress
to give them powerful delivery, it is more confusing than
ever. Women have taken their places in board rooms. Femininity
has reduced in offices, and sometimes individuality prevails.
Knowing how clothes will work for your advantage will
definitely complete your effect.
everyone seeking a professional image, dare to look competent
and powerful, so when a position you want to open up,
you'll look and sound like the part. Clothing speaks money
and power. It represents better treatment and service.
Remember that everyone likes to be associating with the
leader and the winner.