According to her, it is common to hear people say "Don’t judge a book by its cover". But that’s far from what actually happens. Ideally, we would all want to be judged on our merits and not a workplace dress code or event dress style.
She added that, however, the way you present yourself does affect how others perceive you. It affects your reputation. Much of your credibility hinges on how you are perceived and part of that perception is in how you dress.
'And as uncomfortable as that may be, we are under the microscope every day. People judge us by how we look and how we dress. It would be easy to dismiss this as shallow or silly. But from now to the end of the year, try permitting yourself to think about what you wear and how it makes you establish your authority, value and expertise, so you’re putting your best foot forward at all times" she stated
Taking to her Facebook page, Dzigbordi advised that people must learn how to dress well at all occasions. She said it is imperative to take the occasion one is attending into consideration before choosing an atire.
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