Your basic wardrobe planning should reflect not only your industry
and aspirations, but it should also reflect your personality, who you
authentically are…to a degree, that is.
If you’re “Marilyn Monroe” at heart, wearing a stuffy, stoic, stereotypical librarian styled, mud-colored women’s business suit, it might result in some sort of identity crisis for you…on the other hand, if you showed up for an important meeting of fellow bankers wearing a business suit like one of the tight, figure-exposing one that Marilyn’s character wore in Guys & Dolls, you’d probably end up being disliked by the women, being hit on by the men and not getting much respect from anyone in the meeting.
So, the strategic way for you to be smart, while remaining true to who you are, might consist of a clothes wardrobe with a hint of spice and enough industry-legitimate flair to help fuel your professional aspirations from VP seeker to Executive Assistant gonna-be.
That’s Strategy #1…Be Smart, Be You.
how to build a wardrobe using simple wardrobe planning strategies is
critical to developing a business clothes wardrobe that creates a
goal-oriented, authentic appearance that gets you noticed by representing your true fashion style.
#2 challenges you to commit to looking your best in clothes that fit
your figure and compliment your personality…uncompromisingly choose your
best fit and styles.
Strategy #3 encourages you to use wisdom and savvy when making your business clothes selections…make smart choices.
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