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Stanley G. Buford gives the answer to his book’s title—Can You Dress for Success?—a resounding “yes!” Stanley goes over the dos and don’ts of dressing for success. Conservative clothing is always a safe choice. When one dresses too flashily, it actually generates a negative vibe. The first thing someone notices about you is your appearance. This is especially true when you go far an interview. Truett Cathy (founder of Chick-fil-A) once told my dad (they were life-long friends) that he always looks at a prospective employee’s shoes when they first come in for an interview. He said if the shoes were not freshly polished, he would not hire them. Be sure you always dress neatly and properly for anything you are doing or wherever you are going.
While how you dress is not the only reason for success, it plays an integral part. Stanley G. Buford shares information about how to dress for job interviews. Cut, color, and even material of the clothing are discussed in Stanley’s book, Can You Dress for Success? Ten Tips for Style. No matter what type of business you are trying to break into, neutral colors are always best. Men should normally wear suits to an interview. Women have more options, but they should make sure the outfit fits well and the colors are not gaudy. Accessories should be kept to a minimum. Knowing how to present yourself can make the difference between being hired or not. It can also be the difference between promotion and stagnation in your chosen career. Stanley gives words of wisdom to anyone who wants to succeed in the business world.