I may not have a real job yet, however I believe on the power of some nice and polished outfit.
Having attended many parties and UN Models… I know the power of clothes.
We all judge people by either their shoes, hands, hair, wrinkles in the clothes or the length of the skirt. This only means that we are being judged too…
Here are some basic rules for your next college interview, UN model or just for the next meeting with a nice boy; have fun!
REMEMBER: Manners mean a lot as well
A button-down shirt.
-Brooks Brothers and some other brands have non-iron shirts 😉
Slacks that complement the jacket. Be bold and combine some colors…age really does not matter
You can’t go wrong with a conservative tie. (Alas, this rules out pink flamingoes, hula dancers and anything to do with sports.)
Don’t forget the socks. Here’s a hot tip for fashion-impaired Y-chromosome types everywhere: buy two dozen pairs of identical black or blue socks so you can pluck two at random from your drawer each morning and always have a match.
There is some slack in the grand scheme of things. Blue and white shirts have been around since time began, or so it seems, but there’s also room for the occasional yellow, pink or (if you’re an aspiring poet) black shirt. However, if you don’t know what you’re doing, stick with blue and white shirts, because otherwise you’re almost certain to step in it.
As said in Forbes magazine…
A skirt that hits just above the knee, slacks and perhaps pantsuits. If they fit right, they are sexy. 😉
Simple jewelry…Pearls are just classy
Just a hint of makeup: mascara, eyeliner, blush, lipstick and foundation.
Skip the perfume, especially during a job interview or the first few days at a new job. If you use perfume thereafter, go easy on the saucy splash behind the ears, because you can bet that some grump or hyper-sensitive soul will complain bitterly about headache, nausea or a general outbreak of the fantods.
Tory Burch has beautiful and comfortable designs
Sweaters. Add some color to any look, they are fresh and comfortable, just perfect. P.S. I love them with any silk blouse
Rule of thumb: Always dress for the task at hand. If you’re a civil engineer headed for a construction site, jeans, a flannel shirt and work boots are fine, but that’s not how to dress when making a formal presentation to the grand pooh-bahs at the office. Believe it or not, otherwise intelligent people are remarkably dumb about this basic point.
Mark Twain was right: “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence in society.”