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POWER DRESSING

A Professional Dressing Guide to East-West Sales Force
by

Eric Adrian Panting

on 6 February 2014

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Transcript of POWER DRESSING

THANK YOU!
The 5 Basic Corporate Colors
never wear the
WRONG
size
always keep your
fingernails

clean
dress
appropriately
to your AGE
NEVER wear very
colorful jeans
during formal situations
NECKTIE
:
SHALL hit the belt buckle
not too colorful
SOCKS
:
wear sports socks (thick and soft fiber) for sports shoes BUT wear thin and smooth socks for casual shoes
NEVER wear white socks for casual, safest is BLACK
BELT
must match with the color of your shoes, made of less kinds of material
BACKPACKS
should not be used for smart and business casual
DOWNSCALE/UPSCALE

an
exhibit/expo
which mainly caters to high-end clients, professionals, top managers, foreign ambassadors, consul

company sponsored
high-end party
(example: 30th anniversary)

conference/summit
with politicians, academic people, etc. particularly if you are going to speak in behalf of the company
When to Wear Business Casual?
DOWNSCALE
visiting a dealer
– if you are soliciting orders (booking) and collecting payments (receivables) or any business talk
farmer’s meeting
– especially if you are speaking in front of the farmers
exhibits
– if held in covered courts or outside, uniform is most recommended
vegetable festivals
meeting with government officials
(depending on the venue)

UPSCALE
a SAFE outfit in attending a
social gathering
debut
of a Farmer’s daughter
party
hosted by a dealer (assuming it’s held in a resort or classy place)
meeting with a corporate client
– more if it is a member of the top management that you are going to deal with
formal meeting with government officials
(if the venue is in a high-end restaurant or hotel)
When to Wear Smart Casual?
Identify the different types of attire
Distinguish what is a professional look from the not
Know the proper styles of attire on different circumstances
Avoid some misdemeanors in professional fashion
Objectives
more formal business attire

commonly worn by employees, top-management from Mon-Thu in corporate offices

strictly long sleeves (or office barong), can be folded at times but ONLY up to half the arm’s length and always tucked-in

strictly leather shoes

goes with necktie and/or coat

start of becoming formal

Friday office attire for most companies

determining factor is pants

may be worn with polo shirt, polo long sleeves (folded sleeves) – anything with collar

shoes may be casual rubber/leather shoes but NOT sports shoes, walking shoes, running shoes, and the likes


visiting a farmer
– to create a presentable image but still making the farmer at ease

doing surveys in trading centers
– anything which requires you to interact with common people and a lot of moving (but polo shirt/uniform is recommended)

farmer‘s meeting
– IF you are NOT going to speak in front of the farmers

When to Wear Sporty Casual?
pants material:
wool, polyester
upper garment:
tucked-in
long-sleeved barong, necktie, tucked-in
February 6, 2014
Eric Adrian J. Panting
A Professional Dressing Guide to
East-West Philippines Sales Force

SHOULD always be FLAT
NEVER put anything noisy and bulky (example: coins, cellphone, wallets, coin purse
putting a PEN in the chest pocket is fine as long as it is a HIGH-VALUE PEN, not the typical PANDA, My-Gel, etc.
POCKETS
SHOULD NOT:
touch the eyebrows
cover the ear
touch the back collar
(side burns) longer than half of the ear

HAIR
JEWELRY
no necklace for men most specially if wearing necktie and barong
no earrings/piercings
maximum two rings: college ring and wedding ring
wristwatch: straps must be made of leather or metal
NO PLASTIC STRAPS, BOLD/NEON COLORS and CARTOON CHARACTERS
bracelets are fine but should be made of metal and not getting too much attention, not noisy when moving
should be well-ironed
TIP: “liston” adds formality to pants
under-shirts MUST be one size SMALLER, seams should not be visible/traceable and color must NOT be in contrast with your outfit
CLOTHES
pants material:
wool, polyester
upper garment:
tucked-in
pants material:
khaki or cotton
upper garment:
untucked
most common/normal which people wear outside

commonly determined by jeans/denim

goes with T-shirt, polo shirt and rubber shoes, sneakers

classified as informal so you can have more freedom
The Dark-Darker-Darkest Rule
States that the color of your garment must be getting darker as it goes down the body part.

should be OIL-FREE but not TOO DRY
NEVER use powder especially those with fragrance
USE oil-film or facial tissue
FACE
POWER DRESSING
Our body follows what we wear, thus, creating a
statement
It is your responsibility to
LOOK GOOD and FEEL GOOD
LOOK GOOD
FEEL GOOD
PROJECT WELL
POSITIVE RESPONSE
POWER DRESSING
traditional
professional
casual
BEFORE (until 80s)
AFTER (90s - present)
THE PROFESSIONAL ATTIRE
Business Attire
Casual Attire
Active
Rugged
Sporty
Smart
Business
Dressy
SPORTY CASUAL
SMART CASUAL
BUSINESS CASUAL
DOWNSCALE
UPSCALE
DOWNSCALE
UPSCALE
PROFESSIONAL DETAILING
SHOES
3 kinds of shoes a professional man should have:
MORE TIPS
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