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Video and Article -
The Wall Street Journal -
Why Dressing for Success
Leads to Success

New research shows that when workers wear nicer clothes, they achieve more

Recently published in the Wall Street Journal:

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2 comments on “Video and Article –
The Wall Street Journal –
Why Dressing for Success
Leads to Success”

  1. A sense of style comes across quickly when people meet. Some men and women have a natural sense of what works, what looks great, but others don’t have a clue. Wouldn’t it be a shame to not be considered for a position because we didn’t just get a little help with what would work for us?

    Dressing for success isn’t a burden, it’s actually fun. Don’t be shy, be bold!

  2. I could not agree more with this WSJ article on dressing for success!
    Ironically, I went on a job interview just this morning wearing a Calvin Klein suit and blouse.
    Normally, I wear jeans to work in my current position as a Night Supervisor in the field of Human Services.
    It definitely felt good to “suit up” again..

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