Yesterday, I was at work. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos and I got ready to go on my lunch break. Yesterday, I was at work in my navy chinos and I got ready to go on my lunch break and my chinos, … Continue reading The Blowout
It's 2017. Stop going into places with defined dress codes dressed inappropriately. Today, I had lunch at a country club. The invitation stated that the dress code was club casual. Though I had a good idea of what that meant, do you know what I did? I Googled "Club casual" to make sure my understanding … Continue reading Figuring Out Dress Codes
Make sure you're presenting yourself in the most intentional manner possible, while paying attention to whether or not your look aligns with what your target market is looking for. And, if you're having a tough time doing that, reach out to me or someone else who takes their brand seriously. I'm definitely here as a resource.
It's not just about adjusting my style of dress but also the fundraising techniques I employ. It is critical that you know the culture of the organization you're in. The more adaptable your style and personality, the more opportunities will come your way.
In liberal environments, don't do the most when it comes to dressing, but don't do the least. Be you and be comfortable. People will respect your style and your ability to maneuver in and out of different situations with apparent ease.
I'm at a point in my life where I just don't want to do illogical things in relation to my professional life. Pointless tradition in families is entertained for nostalgia's sake. In work settings, it can often be little more than an irritant.
During my undergraduate years, chances were you’d find me with a collared shirt on 3 out of 5 days a week, a tie 2 out of those 3, and a full suit once. I was looking to break into corporate America and the corporate America I wanted to be a part of required that every … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of Dress