Dressing to make a good impression
The way to look and how to dress must let consumers, superiors, and coworkers feel respected and comfortable. So the dress code of organization must be respected. At a dinner party, females should wear evening dresses rather than business suits despite it being a business communication. On other hand, one’s dressing should reflect the position one wants to attain. For example, Nina Jamal and Judith Lindenberger (2000) states
My mother always said you don't dress for the position you have. You dress for the position you want. After three months with my company, I was promoted. When I meet with clients, who are typically fifty-year-old attorneys, I always dress more professionally. There is nothing comfortable about wearing a suit and heels but it does affect how you carry yourself and how you are perceived. Dressing professionally has definitely helped me move up quickly in my company.
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