Did somebody tell you that if you work hard and do a great job, it won’t matter what you wear to work? Sorry, that’s just not the case.
The way you present yourself to other people has an impact on how they evaluate your accomplishments and potential. And your personal style—your clothes and grooming—makes a difference to the way you’re perceived.
Obviously, your style is particularly important when you’re job hunting or making presentations. Thinking about these occasions, I went to an expert, my sister, Libby Vick.
Libby spent 10 years in Washington politics and public relations, and for more than 20 years has been on the faculty at Northern Virginia Community College. In her business and professional ...