That is the opinion of Angela Marshall, founder of Appearance Management and a leading image consultant, who said that the basics include always being well groomed, so having neat hair, well pressed clothes, clean shoes, hands and nails.
People should dress to suit their company's brand, so be conservative, creative, chic, formal or informal, while clothes need to be the styles and fabrics that people feel comfortable in.
"Buy quality clothes and have alterations where needed e.g. length of trousers, sleeve length. If the clothes do not fit you will not show yourself at your best and will look less professional and they will not last as long," she advised.
As far as jewellery goes, less is best in a professional environment, particularly for male employees, with bracelets, necklaces and earrings best left to weekends and social events.
Ideal is a signet or wedding ring, a good watch and also quality cufflinks to complement the suit, Ms Marshall recommended.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Original: Salespeak News