If dressing for success leads to success, why aren’t more men dressing up for work?
Men can make their interviews, business meetings and networking events more productive, effective and beneficial simply by wearing a suit and tie.
It’s time to take your business attire to the next level, and here’s why:
1. Dressing up for work could make you more productive
People adopt certain characteristics based on their clothing choices, according to Dr.
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