So, let’s suppose that special date is coming around and you want to dress to impress so that it goes well. The first thing you will probably do is rummage through the closet to find something you know you look good in, but if you have nothing that hits your sweet spot you might want to go shopping. The next question has to address what you are going to buy. If this is a first date you probably want to dress reasonably conservatively so that you don’t give the wrong impression about the person you are to your date. However, if this is a long established relationship you may be looking at a more intimate evening and perhaps the idea of sexy thongs might catch your eye. The best decision you can make is to be appropriate to how you are expecting your evening to go.
Interviews and Special Meetings
When it comes to dressing to impress for a job interview the trick is to look smart and businesslike. It doesn’t matter if you are going for a job at a fast food chain or a high powered banking job, how you look makes all the difference. Polish your shoes and make sure they look flawless. There is something rather important about shoes, that can make or break the interview, despite how well you talk the talk. Many business people have a thing about nice shoes and they don’t have to be expensive, just neat. Aside from the shoes your suit or clothing need to be spotless, as does your hair. Being neatly presented is a major factor in how the interviewer sees you. Remember the old adage ‘you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression’ and that is completely true in many cases.
If you don’t have suitable business attire to wear to an interview you don’t necessarily have to spend a fortune on buying new stuff. There are plenty of places where you can buy quality clothing at a reduced price. Places such as at Goodwill or other charity stores, as well as borrowing from friends and family is always an option. Dressing well for any business meeting or professional situation is vital if you want to obtain success.
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