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Dressing the Creative Professional

Dressing the Creative Professional 1

Many of our clients work in creative fields and provide services or products that inspire - architects, designers, advertising executives, and others. The challenge in dressing them is to project the right blend of creativity and professional demeanor.
  • Leo Green
The Intimidation Factor

The Intimidation Factor 2

There’s an interesting byproduct of the decline of suit as the corporate uniform. Those who don’t usually wear it can be uncomfortable working with someone who does. “My client wears jeans and a T-shirt, I don’t want to intimidate him.” This is a very common reaction from professionals deciding on wardrobe choices.
  • Leo Green
The Differentiator

The Differentiator 0

We’ve talked a lot about how to customize the corporate uniform. Let’s talk a little about accessories.

  • Leo Green
Pocket Squares: It's Hip to be Square

Pocket Squares: It's Hip to be Square 0

In the growing absence of ties, Viking helmets and the feathered troubadour’s cap, the pocket square has become the prevalent way to add some personality to a suit or sport coat. To many men, the pocket square is still foreign territory, but if it is no longer in your pant pocket and has traveled to your jacket breast pocket, you’ve arrived.
  • Leo Green
The Mish-Mash of Corporate Attire - Part 2: Standing out from Corporate Crowd

The Mish-Mash of Corporate Attire - Part 2: Standing out from Corporate Crowd 0

The professional class, the people us ordinary folks rely on for high-impact, high-value advice, still adheres to the old rule book for the most part - particularly when meeting clients. These professionals are generally expected to be precise, attentive to detail, honest, and to have integrity, so that’s what their style needs to project.
  • Leo Green
The Mish-Mash of Corporate Attire - Part 1: Brave New World

The Mish-Mash of Corporate Attire - Part 1: Brave New World 0

I find I’m often asked to advise executives and professionals how to dress for specific events, and how to approach the broader conundrum of dressing appropriately for the business world. Read on to learn some tricks and tips.
  • Leo Green