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Ramp Up Your Wardrobe for Your New Job

Have you just graduated from college and landed your first professional position? It’s time to ditch the sweat pants and flannel shirts and begin assembling a professional wardrobe.  Follow these fashion tips from the professional stylists and you’ll be on your way to building a wardrobe that will last for years to come.

The first rule of thumb in assembling a professional wardrobe is to select quality over quantity. Quality clothing is always less expensive in the long run. A well-tailored suit constructed of quality fabrics will wear better and longer than a cheap off the rack garment.  Take advantage of the awesome deals offered by Groupon coupons and invest in a pair of quality shoes at  Johnston Murphy.  Select fabrics and colors that are neutral and will withstand the test of time.  Anchor pieces such as shoes and suits should be given first priority.

Loud colors and bowties from fraternity functions won’t give you the respect and credibility you’re seeking in a professional setting. Muted ties in conservative prints will go much further in presenting a professional image than logos and animated prints.  Follow the lead of the more senior individuals in your department when selecting suitable fashion selections.

Give the same attention to your briefcase of backpack selection. These can certainly reflect your own personal style but should carry a professional cache. Cell phone cases and laptop sleeves should also be toned done for a more professional presentation in meetings. Follow these basic guidelines and you’ll be on your way to establishing a quality, professional wardrobe that will last for years to come.

Finally, make an appointment with your salon and have a consultation for a new, professional cut that’s in keeping with your hair type and new position. Avoid loud colors or unnatural dies. The same set of guidelines should apply to any jewelry selections.  Best of luck to you!
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