Fashion Rules

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I’m not going to even attempt to tell you how to dress first-class classy in one blog post. Such a subject would warrant an entire ebook, if not a large website.

What I can do is give you a fashion tip that will go a long way toward helping you make the kind of impression you want in specific situations.

Here’s what I’m talking about….

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Instead of worrying about your entire look, concentrate on those big events in your life. Whether it be a celebration, a TV interview, or some other major happening, you can guarantee that you project your desired image.

Once you do a little research, you’ll be able to decide if you want to blend in, or stand out with by wearing something loud. Either way, you won’t make fashion mistakes (no boo boos, errors, no-nos, or faux pas).

So, start with a little fact-finding: If you’re scheduled to be interviewed on a TV show, then find past ¬†episodes of the program. What were the other interviewees wearing?

Did they wear suit and tie? Dresses or skirts?

What did the interviewer or host have on? Does the show come off as more casual, or does everyone project a more formal image?

Of the people interviewed, which sent a image of slob and which came across as crisply attired?

How would you want to be perceived?

Now the big question: Do you want to fit in with the shows unstated (or stated) image, or do you want to rock the boat? Are you thinking knock their socks off fashion, or do you prefer classy understated?

Keep in mind: a little research can go a long way toward helping you pull off the perfect fashion statement (or understatement).

Got a job interview? Find out what the employees of the company wear.

Going to an inauguration? Find photos of past initiations.

Attending an annual costume ball? The word annual should clue you in to the research needed. Hint, hint.

Good luck … and good dressing.