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Dress for Success

Your personal presentation and appearance are crucial, you only have 3-6 seconds to make a great impression on someone when you first meet them, so putting effort in to this part of your professional image, is a good investment in time and effort.

Presentation Skills - Improve your Business Image - Man

Dress for Success Image Tips


The general dress code guidelines for men during an interview are that they wear suits in navy blue or dark blue.

This is preferred over gray or charcoal gray. Sometimes brown can be acceptablebut not on the first interview.

Usually, the darker the suit, the more authority it carries. But beware; a manshould never wear black to an interview unless he is applying as an undertaker.

A two piece suit is acceptable as is a three button single breasted jacket. Whatmatters most is that the suit fits well and it is good quality.

The trousers should fit comfortably at the waist and a slimmer fit is preferred.

There should only be a slight break where the trouser hits the shoe.

If your ankles are showing, they are way too short.

A man at an interview should always wear a long sleeved shirt either in white,cream or pale blue.

Monograms are not a good decision on the first interview.

If you tend to perspire often, cotton shirts are the way to go professionallycleaned and starched.

The higher the cotton content, the better the shirt will look. Make sure your shirtfits the neck properly and that the sleeve cuff ends just at the wrist.

All your interview clothes should be professionally cleaned and pressed andready to go.

Ties that are cheap looking do not give off a good first impression. A pure silk tiemakes the most powerful professional impact, has the best finish and feel, and iseasiest to tie well. The tie should complement your suit, not match it. Nooutlandish, flamboyant ties are necessary. The length of the tie should beextended to your trouser belt.

Shoes should be brown or black leather.

No other materials or colors are acceptable.

Socks should complement the suit, blue, black, gray, or brown.

A briefcase is a symbol of authority, which makes a strong professionalstatement. Brown and burgundy are the colors of choice.

As with women, men’s jewelry should be kept to a minimum. No visible bodypiercing or tattoos -if you can help it.

This clean cut, well manicured image says a lot about a professional man. Heshould smell wonderful, have a nicely trimmed hair cut and appear clean andcrisp.


Presentation Skills Training - Business Image for Woman

Like it or not, the first impression people get from you is your appearance.When engaged in an interview or you are already hired, you always want to lookbest. Clean cut, professional looking people get treated like a professional.

How you dress sends specific signals to people. Let’s start from head to toe forwomen.

First of all, never wear too much jewelry or makeup. One item of jewelry isenough.

A small ring on one finger or small earrings is plenty.

No big earring loops, ladies.

Makeup should be conservative, just plain powder or concealer and barely anyeye makeup.

No lipstick is appropriate at an interview. It is just not professional.

The woman’s suit should be wool, linen, or cotton/polyester.

Stick with navy, gray, and medium blues, at least for the first interview.

As for blouses, solid colors and natural fabrics, such as cotton or silk look cleanand professional.

A scarf says a lot about a business woman; it is a powerful status symbol.

Shoes should never be open toed and stay within 2 ½ inch heels, nothing faddishor multicolored. The color of your shoe should be the same or darker than yourskirt.

Pantyhose should always be neutral skin tones, nothing outlandish, unless youare interviewing in the fashion industry.

A briefcase is an excellent choice for a business woman, but don’t bring alongyour purse too. It looks awkward trying to juggle them around.

You should choose either brown or burgundy, black or navy, either one is fine.

You do not want to ever distract the interviewer with your outfit, makeup oraccessories.

Last but definitely not least is your personal hygiene.

Bad breath, dandruff, body odor, and dirty un-manicured nails do not give a goodimpression.

When it comes to body odor, you are what you eat. If you consume a lot of garlic,onions, cilantro, and junk food, not only will it show in your skin, but it will seepthrough your pores. Gross.

Make sure you eat a natural healthy diet so you always smell pleasant.

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