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The idea of dressing for success used to be wearing formal clothes. The top of the pyramid would dress in a suit, and dressing for the job meant emulating this style.
The rise of the tech sector changed this stereotype. It became more casual - jeans, hoodies, and black turtlenecks.
Dressing for success has always required a degree of subtlety. For example, we might dress similar to our peers to help us feel like we belong, or if you want to advance in your career, you might dress as you perceive the leaders dress.
Studies show managers often hire and promote people si...
It might seem that remote work would remove the challenge of navigating work dress codes, but it is not entirely true. If you're not paying attention to what people can see, you miss the opportunity to be remembered. So you have to find a way to stand out.
One way to do this is to wear eye-...
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