Do you spend enough time worrying about to wear?




We all know it shouldn’t matter what you wear but at the same time, we all know how much it does matter.

No matter how hard you try not to judge people by what they are wearing it is very difficult not to.

Some of the less complimentary comments that I have overheard people say is:

  • “Have you seen the state of that?”
  • “She’s too old to wear that.”

Whilst you are probably not attracting hugely negative comments about what you are wearing, are you making sure all the comments are good?

  • Do you find yourself in the morning running out of time?

Having not planned what you will wear for the day ahead, do you find yourself grabbing an outfit and saying


Because of just ‘making do’, you are not presenting your best self.

Gaining respect from others starts with showing respect for yourself.

If you have a busy, important day ahead you will perform better if you feel confident and happy with what you are wearing. Looking good, feeling good means you will be your best self and so get the best results from your day.

You need to give your wardrobe the same care and attention as you give your daily work. When you are putting a proposal together for example for a client you will make sure it is perfect, you will check and recheck, you will carry out some quality control before you deliver the service or send the proposal. Rarely would you think when it comes to your work and your business, ‘that will do’.

So, you need to apply the same high standards that you apply in business, to your wardrobe.

It is just as important.

What you wear is your shopfront.

It is your chance to show off your company in the best way from the very first second you open the doors for business.

Give your wardrobe the same attention as you give to your company branding.

  • What do you want it say?
  • What do you want to represent?
  • How can you stand out?

Apply wardrobe wisdom and you will have a head start over your competitors.
You do need to worry about you wear, it really does matter!