RESOURCES FOR LIFE
Providing training and support services for career and job placement, Leadership Development Resources cultivates poise and authority in low-income young adults from high school to age 25.
Dress for Success
Honestly, it does not take much time and effort to attain a professional look. Small changes can create an entirely new appearance. Keeping everything “professional” does not mean you have to look like everyone else. There is no rule for fashion, including office clothing (OK, maybe except for your organization’s dress code policy).
Choose your favorite shades of color; consider neutral ones. Neutral makes things look gentle but versatile. If you are bored with black, try navy, brown, and grey. Do not let the workplace style “form” you. Mix in something new such as, denim with denim, or a crop-top with pants to impress yourself. Once again, no one sets fashion rules except for, “be yourself.” Dress in anything that makes you feel comfortable and confident.