The Way You Dress Will Determine Your Success

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Creating and maintaining a professional image for yourself is important as we all know. No matter the occasion which you are attending, dressing up according to the theme of the event can help you stand out in a crowd of many. If you wear your casuals for a major project you will become a matter of joke for the ones around you. See if you actually take a few minutes to think about it, dressing formal actually brings you closer to any sort of success you have in mind. Yet I’ve noticed that by the passing years, our generation cares less about dressing more formal. It seems boring, unattractive, and in some cases people believe that it doesn’t let you express who you really are. The way you dress says a whole lot for your personality and your main priorities. You do remember how many elders say “First Impressions Matter”, right? It completely does, and even more than we believe. Those around you take what you have to say more seriously when you are dressed appropriate than if you were to wear something casual. Dressing and grooming appropriately helps in many ways whether it’s about getting a new employment or closing a deal. Many of us don’t seem to notice how effective the way we dress is to our reputation. The belief is “if it fits, it works”, but not quite exactly. Before doing any formal wear faux pas you should know a few things. Clothing which reveals too much cleavage, back, chest, stomach of underwear is highly inappropriate for a business attire. Clothing should always be pressed and never wrinkled, torn, dirty or frayed, all these are unacceptable. The length of your dress or skirt should be at a length at which you are capable of sitting comfortably in public. Short, tight skirts that ride halfway up the thigh, jeans, sweatpants, shorts, and leggings are yet again unacceptable and inappropriate for business attire. What would you think if you are in a meeting with a CEO and he or she is dressed in their pajamas? I take it hard to believe that you would...
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