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1how to dress for work Empty how to dress for work on Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:53 pm


First impressions count, and your professional wardrobe is a big part of your first impression. Just because you work in a professional environment does not mean you need to look conservative. Here are some guidelines to look good, but not "too" good.

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Dress according to your work tasks

If you will interact with customers in a professional context, you need to dress up to leave a good first impression. If
you work in a business casual, in the warehouse or your work involves
getting dirty, you can have more freedom in how you dress.

* Notice how your colleagues dress and adopt it as their standard. Try to dress up the same level of others in your workplace or just a little more enjoyable.

If your job includes a mix of customer interaction and something that
fits better to a casual style, keep a change of clothes around or
something to add. Add a blazer or a sport coat and (for men) a tie for a basic shirt.



Wear clothes that fit you in

Wear clothes that fit you in

Wear clothes that fit you. You do not have to be a size 4 to look good, but "must" wear clothes that fit you perfectly.

* Do not wear anything too small. If your pants glue your thighs and waist, it is very small. If you can not cross your arms in front of the sleeves without showing your wrists, your shirt is too small. Furthermore, if ps buttons open at the front, a shirt is, again, quite small.

* Also do not use anything too big. Choose clothing that fits you, without being baggy or loose. Shorten sleeves and pants if necessary.



Keep your hair and makeup with simplicity

Keep your hair and makeup with simplicity

Keep your hair and makeup with simplicity.

* Save time. Try to set aside 30 minutes of your morning routine for makeup and hair.

* Avoid seem exaggerated. Have you ever seen people using both spray on hair that looks like hair can break if they fall? Find a balance between good hygiene and excessive loud.



Accentuate the positives

Accentuate the positives

Accentuate the positive. If you have beautiful legs, skirts view. Just make sure they are the proper length (no more than 2 inches above the knee). Good figure? A well-fitting pants with a crease well done.



Keep modesty

Keep modesty

Keep modesty. A
sweater or blouse with V neckline is fine, but do not wear skirts too
short, too low necks or anything too tight or transparent.



Grease your Shoes

Grease your shoes. It may seem old fashioned, but a regular application of paste wax will keep them looking good for longer. This will help repel water and cover the scratches.

* Count to eight. Assign one point for each piece of clothing or accessory that you are wearing. Assign two points to anything bright, colorful or patterned. The goal is to reach about eight points, including shoes.

* Do not have much money to spend on clothes? Okay - use of simplicity. Solid never go out of style. Some pairs of pants (black, cinnamon, brown), some solid color tops and skirts some simple will work perfectly well. Then you can just add a piece or two, some accessories or shoes every season and your wardrobe will be neat.

* Know that you look good! There is nothing more attractive than a person who is confident, comfortable and happy.

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