“I don’t wear clothes. I wear dreams.” — D. A. Daniels, Jr.
Develop a style. A style of your own. A style that, though cognizant of contemporary fashion norms, is nowhere near restricted to them. Allow your style to be timeless, not just timely.
I see people I work with every week outside of work settings. They shop at my grocery store. We go to the same park. They’re members at the same Costco. And, whether they see me at the gym or the movies or out on the town for a night, though my clothes may change, my style is proprietary. It is a part of my brand. It can be imitated but I have yet to see it replicated. Can the same be said about you?
Make professional development a priority.