A successful businesswoman engaged in agriculture, and who advocates dressing for success
, will represent the Philippines in the inaugural Mrs.
ONE SPRING EVENING earlier this year, 80 female attorneys from some of Dallas, Texas' premier law firms gathered to listen to me preach the gospel of dressing for success. The problem was, few in the audience were believers.
"Dressing for success"--we all have heard this phrase so many times it almost is a cliche but, for those of us who adhere to its principles, this maxim can be a life- and game-changer, especially for those in the business and corporate world.
Quite simply, dressing for success makes a statement to the world that you have arrived, that you are a person of consequence who needs to be taken seriously.
Dressing for success entails quality--true designer-grade.
Dressing for success also entails acquiring key pieces--timeless, classic items--that will maximize function.
The research showed the importance of dressing for success
and confirmed that employers still preferred candidates to wear a suit because they believed it showed they were efficient and well organised.
The result is a treasure trove of priceless tips hints and instructions -- a comprehensive guide to dressing for success
complete with illustrations checklists and even a bit of humor.
Best Foot Forward: Dressing for Success & Interviewing Skills
Development Series - Networking Breakfast Best Foot Forward: Dressing for Success & Interviewing Skills
Young CPAs Professional Development Series - Networking Breakfast Best Foot Forward: Dressing for Success & Interviewing Skills
In Dressing For Success
, help Bradley choose an outfit for a photo shoot.
Dressing for success
abroad, as in the U.S., usually means wearing a well-cut, quality-made, dark-colored suit.
This supposedly down-to-earth turn is reflected in the sartorial superego by a new openness to recession-proof chic in which it is OK to resurrect nasty '70s attire, as long as the women thus "freed" from "dressing for success
" are also "freed" from being taken seriously as grownups.