“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.” —Miuccia Prada. Your personal brand reflects who you are, what you stand for, and what you do. Your personal style is a great way to express these things. So, why do women feel uncomfortable using fashion as a business tool? Did you know that there are fashion tips to enhance your personal brand? Related: 3 Ways To Get Employers To Take Your Brand Even in this day and age, women are still wrestling with the idea that being interested in fashion as a professional business woman is frivolous (or even dangerous). “I see it going on all the time, women dressing down, blending in, and looking and becoming anonymous,” said Kristina Moore, Founder and Editor of CorporateFashionista.com. “We’re so much better than that!”
Proper grooming and along with an appropriate workplace appearance can set you apart from the competition. Related: How To Dress For Casual Fridays At Work Each company has its own dress code, but there are some things that apply to all types of dress codes:
Becoming a new graduate can come with a lot of worries. You’ll wonder where you will work first, if the major you chose was right for you after all, or how you’ll go about paying off the immense amount of college debt you’ve stacked up. Luckily with this webinar, one thing you’ll never have to worry about is looking your best at work. We want you to look good and feel good about life after college.
When you're in your early 20s, it can be hard to justify spending money on boring work clothes. However, this is actually a very important investment in your future. Your appearance is part of your brand - If you don't look professional, no employer is going to take you seriously. Fashion Challenge: College students, recent grads, and young professionals who feel they can’t justify spending money on professional clothes for interviews or work.