Dress Code Fo Management Students

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  • You only have once chance to make a first impression. You’ve heard the saying a picture is worth a thousand words.When you walk in and meet a potential employer he first sees a visual image of you.
  • You should dress according to the job you are applying for.In business women should wear dark suits.
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  • 1. Dress Code for Management Students..
  • 2. Dress for Success
    “You never have a second chance to make a First Impression”
    “A First Impression Is A Lasting One. ”
  • 3. The purpose of the dress code is to uphold the professional image of the association and its members and to prepare students for the business world.
    Your appearance reveals your health, age socioeconomic status, education, ambition, kindness and approachability.
    Why Dress Code?
  • 4. Appropriate Attire for Women
  • 5. Dark colored jackets with matching skirt or slacks
    Closed toe dress
    Shoes with a 2 to 3 inch heel
    Plain hose
    Well groomed hair and nails
  • 6. Salwaarkameez.
    Saree.
  • 7. Appropriate Attire for Men
  • 8. Pants that fit at the waist
    Shoe matching with pants
    Matching belt and shoes
  • 9. Tailored shirts for trim bodies
    Full-cut shirts for larger physiques
    Ties
    Trim hair
    Clean nails
  • 10. Inappropriate Attire for Women
  • 11.
  • 12. Inappropriate Attire for Men
  • 13.
  • 14. COMPARISION..
  • 15. Just remember . . . .
    Dressing properly gives you the competitive edge and boosts your self esteem!
    When in doubt about clothing, articles or shoes, don’t wear them!
  • 16. Ashish Singh
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    ICFAI