Wednesday, 11 September 2013

For Men: What to Wear on your First Job Interview

Working on our dream job could be one of our goals in life; receiving an invitation for a job interview is the first step towards our goal and we don’t want to let it slip away when the opportunity comes.

First Impression lasts; many of us believed in it and getting a second chance might be impossible. In a job interview, first impression is a vital factor. The moment you walked into the room, the interviewer will already have a quick assessment on how you look and carry yourself.

The traditional suit and tie in job interview is pretty common nowadays. To stand up from the common guys, you need to spice up your attire a little bit and be awesome. It is your chance to promote yourself and do it fashionably.


Job Interview Suit
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Imagine how Justine Timberlake dressed up with a suit and tie, classic isn’t it? In job interview, it is important to know the environment of the job you are applying for; considering it will help you out with the right suit you need. If you are not sure about what to wear, solid colors and dark colored suit is the key.


Job Interview Shirt
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While other work environment does not require being on a suit, shirt will be fine. Coordinating the shirt with the chosen color of suit is just being wise. It should be lighter than the suit and will only serve as a light backdrop so that the tie will stand out. Watch out for the collar style and the pattern too!


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With all the tips going around the net, Esquire’s nailed the perfect advice about ties. The dark stripe, bright solid, and the subtle pattern will be enough to pair from your suit and shirt.


Oxford Shoes
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Oxford shoes are the most appropriate for a job interview as it the most appropriate for a job interview. Match it up with the color of your suit and pants. Also, do not forget to polish it nicely.


Since it is a formal appointment, do not wear any unnecessary accessories with you. If possible avoid wearing at all as it could give you an impression of being cheap or high class employee. Stick with the usual; a watch; wedding ring or class ring.
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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Fashion: Colors That Defines You

Achromatic Colors are the colors with no hue. These are safe and basic colors that does not go off fashion – black, white, grey and all the tone in between that spectrum. Though brown is a shade of the hue flame, it is still considered as an achromatic color as.

Most basic items in world of fashion are in this group – your favorite plain tee, little dress, custom suit, leather belt, khaki pants. or so on. Find out what colors does shows your personality the most.


Mini Black Dress
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Black is the most basic and standard color in fashion, the colour that goes with everything. People who prefer wearing black clothes shows simplicity, solidity, and formality. It also signifies sophistication, power, and authority. Some fashionistas uses it to trick others eyes as it is a visually slimming color.


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White is a positive color that represents purity, cleanliness, and goodness. It is also known for coolness, simplicity, and softness. Since it is a basic color in fashion, adding the right colors through shoes and other accessories is essential to pull off the look that you want to achieve.


Grey Suit
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Gray is a neutral and balance color that shows emotionless, conservative, and sophisticated. It is a moody color and sometimes associated with depression. Depending on the contrast, light gray may look more feminine and the dark gray is for the masculine. Grey clothes may look boring for the others, however there are ways how to make it more appealing.


Brown Khaki Pants
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Brown is a natural color that implies strength and reliability. Although sometimes it is considered as a dull color, it also represents simplicity, warmth, and honesty. Brown is the "new neutral" along with black and white in the fashion industry and design.


Basic chromatic colors including the primary colors red and blue have also their own representation. A variation of both chromatic and achromatic colors can break solidity of a certain base color and also enhance power and dominance.

However, in fashion, it does not always fall that way all the time. Your personal taste, style, and instinct are your best friends. Choosing on what would be the best style, color for your attire and how it will look like it the public depends on you.

The world is your runway and you are the judge of your own show, it's always been you.
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