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Working Women: Dress for Success? Always!

Whether you quickly stop off at the market to get some onions to "dress up" your dinner, or wish you had grabbed a flower to dress up your desk or home, you need to be aware of how good "dressing up" the things in your life, makes you feel.

Maybe some of you remember dressing up as children and how great that was? Every time you dress something up, it creates a better experience, in whatever it is you are doing. The same is true for your appearance. You need to "dress for success" as well.

Just as you feel better about a meal because you "dress it up" with an onion or see the flowers in your work environment, you feel better about yourself when you are clean, coordinated, and wearing clothes that make you feel confident.

I don’t know about you but, if I am wearing jeans and a sweatshirt I sit, talk, and act very different than if I am wearing a blouse, skirt, and have heels on.

No matter what your field of work, first impressions are everything! So why not always feel proud of your appearance?

Think about it, when you dress for success, the world will see the success in YOU, so you need to take time to dress your image.

I never go out of my house (unless I am going to the gym) without my hair clean and some make-up on. If you think about dressing for success for YOUR success, you will take pride in your physical appearance even if you are going to the grocery store. It will become a habit for you.

You never know who you might meet both personally or professionally, and why not look your best? Dress for Success!!

So go ahead and show to the world you are a "put together" person, even on days you may not feel so put together! You will find yourself going from blah to *bling* when you dress for success!

Remember, if you shoot for the moon and miss, you are still among the stars!

Valerie Fitzgerald

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