This was on the original website, but when we revised the website and then changed hosts several times it was lost. There has been some requests to find and return it!
I found it reproduced on a Chinese website!!
But CAUTION, this information is probably out of date, but it will give you a reference tool!
A number of recent studies suggest that dressing up for work in a suit or blazer could do wonders for an employee’s productivity, whether going into a negotiation, making a sales call or even participating in a video-conference with business associates.
“Fashion passes, style remains.”
— Coco Chanel (1883-1971), founder of Chanel
Men’s clothing, unlike women’s, is more traditional and less fashion oriented. It takes several seasons for men’s designers to change even slightly the width of a necktie.
What you wear can change how you think! We think not just with our brains but with our bodies We’ve established that how you dress really does make an impression on others and affects how they perceive you and how they treat you. Ever see a guy in shorts, tee shirt and flip flops get bumped up to First Class?
What you wear really does make a difference in how you influence the people around you. When your credibility is crucial, in situations such as job interviews or first dates, it is important to made a “good” first impression and new research shows us how best we can do that.
Men’s Fashion TV Show. AskAndy On TV – Men’s fashion and etiquette guru Andy Glichrist critiques men’s fashions and gives suggestions for making style improvements.