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Style Substitute: Shoes

March 24, 2013 Leave a comment

Style Substitute is a series that will show you how replacing just one item in your outfit can have such a large impact on the rest of your appearance. I know that most won’t have the time or resources to go out and buy an entirely new wardrobe, so I’m going to start off one piece at a time. Your transformation to a dapper gentleman will be a gradual one, also ensuring you won’t be the butt of your office’s jokes if you suddenly show up one day looking very different. Yes, it happens a lot here in our country, which should be the topic of another article entirely.

Your typical Filipino office worker probably goes to work in black, pleated “dress” pants, a billowy dress shirt, square-toed, synthetic loafers, and a too-wide necktie. While I can write an entire article on the entirety of this outfit, let’s take a moment to focus on shoes. Shoes make the man, as some say.

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Job interview attire for fresh graduates

September 20, 2012 Leave a comment

Fresh out of college I was able to attend plenty of exams and interviews in different fields. Honestly, I was saddened at the lack of preparation men my age went through to present themselves. I saw my potential peers with unshaved beards, earrings, and even tattered jeans.

You really want to give the HR team a great first impression even before you get to talk to them. Otherwise, they could just pick from any of the hundreds of applicants out there. Unfortunately, first impressions really are everything, especially when it comes to hiring people. How you dress affects how people perceive you. The moment you walk through their door, they’re scrutinizing you: how you greet, how you move, and yes, how you dress.

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