What you wear says a lot about who you are, where you want to be, and the company you work for. If your outward appearance is professional and well thought out, people will want to know more about you and what you have to offer. Business attire can be anywhere from a formal suit and tie to a logoed t shirt and shorts – it is how you present it that matters. If available, I like to use your company dress code as a reference point during the presentation.

Traditional Business Attire:
There is a trend in going back to a more traditional business attire dress code. If your company currently has one in place, or is moving in this direction, this program will enhance an already good thing.

This program covers such areas as:

  • Power colors for men and women
  • Suit styles – what is current and what is out of style
  • Tips on ties
  • Pants / slacks/ skirts
  • Women's blouses – do's and don'ts
  • Shoes – how to put your best foot forward
  • Professional accessories
  • How to avoid jewelry overload

Business Casual Attire:
This is often a foggy area for employees; this program will help to clear the air. This program will stress to your employees the importance of looking their best in a business casual atmosphere and help them to get out of the "weekend casual" trap!

This program covers such areas as:

  • How to re-think what business casual is, and is not
  • The power shirt for men and women
  • Simple, quick ways to take your outfit from too casual to power casual
  • Shoes –what will and will not work
  • Skirt lengths
  • How to avoid jewelry overload
  • Perfume / cologne overkill
  • Tips on hair and fingernails for men and women
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