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Power dressing

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  • 1. Power Dressing By Mr. Pankaj kumar
  • 2. What should I wear? I Don’t Think So !!
  • 3. Clothing Tips for Men
    • Conservative 2-piece dark suit, navy blue or medium to dark gray.
    • Long sleeved blue or white shirt.
    • Silk tie complimenting in color or style
    • Black dress socks
    • Dark polished shoes and matching belt
    • Jewelry – No bracelets, earrings or large rings.
  • 4. Gentlemen – What to Wear! Business Suits
  • 5. Gentlemen – What to Wear! Business Attire
  • 6. Gentlemen – What to Wear! Dress Shoes
  • 7. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear! Cargo Pants
  • 8. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear! Jeans
  • 9. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear! Flannel
  • 10. Gentlemen – What Not to Wear! Boots
  • 11. ATTENTION GENTLEMEN!!!
    • DO’s
    • Wear a conservative tie
    • NOTE: Tip of the tie should sit slightly above the belt buckle
    • Be clean shaven
    • DON’Ts
    • Wear white socks
    • TIP: Try to match socks with belt
    • Wear a tie that is too wide or too narrow
  • 12. FABRICS
    • Stay away from velvet, vinyl, shiny, furry, slinky materials
    • Fabrics recommended are those that do not wrinkle easily
    • TIP 1: Purchase fabrics that have a small percentage of lycra that adds comfort and resists creases. Suggested fabrics are polyester, wool (suits), cotton shirts
    • TIP 2: When purchasing a suit, twist the fabric of the sleeves and hold it in place for 10 seconds, if it wrinkles then think twice about the purchase
  • 13. SHOES
    • POLISH and SHINE your shoes!
    • Always wear socks
    • TIP: Make sure socks are high enough to cover skin when sitting down
    • You should be able to walk comfortably in your shoes i.e. Heels should not be too high
    • GENTLEMEN should stay away from steel toes and other rugged shoes
    • NEVER wear open toe shoes!
  • 14. Dress for Success
  • 15. Clothing Tips for Women
    • Dark conservative suit. Two piece 1 or 2 button jacket and knee length skirt or Pant.
    • White or light colored long sleeved blouse that is not low cut.
    • Black well polished shoes with 1 to 1½ inch heels.
    • Limited conservative jewelry.
  • 16. Ladies – What to Wear! Business Suits
  • 17. Ladies – What to Wear! Business Attire
  • 18. Ladies – What to Wear! It’s ok to wear a sleeveless dress. Indian Formal
  • 19. Ladies – What to Wear! Dress Shoes
  • 20.
    • Dress Shoes
    Pumps Open-toe Slingbacks Dress “Mules”
  • 21. Sandals only with Indian Formal
  • 22. Ladies – What Not to Wear! Denim
  • 23. Ladies – What Not to Wear! Cargo Skirts
  • 24.
    • NO Backless, See-through, Tight-fitting, Spaghetti Straps, Strapless, Extremely Short Skirts/Dresses, Low-Cut Blouses/Tops
  • 25. Ladies – What Not to Wear! Capris/Gauchos
  • 26.
    • NO Latest Trends (Keep These “Baby Dolls” for your non-conference activities)
  • 27. Ladies – What Not to Wear! Sandals
  • 28. Ladies – What Not to Wear! Dazzling Saris
  • 29. Dress for Success
  • 30. HAIR & MAKEUP
    • Style hair as conservatively as possible
    • Do not dye hair color too flashy e.g. red, green, etc.
    • Wear as little makeup as possible
    • Don’t wear brightly colored lipsticks or eye shadows, too much blush because the interviewer might not like it or it may accidentally get on your clothing
  • 31. PERSONAL HYGIENE
    • ALWAYS take a shower before the interview
    • Wear antiperspirant in case you get nervous
    • Brush your teeth before the interview
    • Don’t chew gum, eat a breath mint instead
    • Don’t wear heavy smelling perfumes/cologne, it may irritate the interviewer
    • Have clean finger nails and hands
    • Stay away from nail polish if possible.
  • 32.  
  • 33. Grooming – men
    • shave
    • skincare
    • manicures
    • teeth
    • personal hygiene
    • one in four men do not shower daily
    • dirty fingernails go uncleaned mostly
  • 34. Grooming - women
    • skincare
    • hair – cut, colour, condition
    • make-up
    • perfume – be careful
    • manicure / pedicure
    • teeth
    • A recent survey showed that women who wear make-up have a competitive edge over their bare faced colleagues
    • The Times, 30 th December 2003
    • Women who wear make-up earn, on average, 20% more than women who wear no make-up
  • 35. First impressions
    • within three seconds of seeing a person for the first time we have decided their:
      • social status
      • politics
      • education
      • religion
      • sexuality
      • friendliness / approachability
      • aptitude
  • 36. First impressions: the 93% rule 55% appearance & body language 38% tone, pitch & pace of your voice 7% what you say
  • 37.  
  • 38. “ dress badly and they remember the clothes; dress well and they remember the person”
  • 39. Thank you!!!