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Often we receive invitations to events, advising us to dress in a language that just adds to the confusion. Business casual might mean you can lose the tie, but what after that? Jacket or no jacket? What about casual? And how do dress for the track and Polo?
Whatever the occasion, its’ imperative that clothes that fit well- not baggy and never too tight. Today’s silhouettes are leaner than in the past so even if you have designer suits, jackets and slacks, you might consider some updated items or a visit to the local tailor (I have some suggestions). Patterns, checks and plaid shirts are great options to have in your closet for casual, business casual and even business attire with some suits when you know how to do it or have some professional assistance. Belts are a critical accessory turning nice trousers and shirts into magnificent, especially with the right shoes – and no need for matchy matchy!
With Polo and Del Mar racing season around the corner, Carmel Valley men and guys all around our county will be looking to “Style Up” and bring their individuality. Step it up with some custom looks and a complementary 15 minute consultation if you mention this article.
The Genie in Your Closet,
As Founder and Executive Director of Suit UrSelf, Robin grew up near the garment district in NY where she first discovered her passion for color and design. She has been living in San Diego for over 25 years raising her family in the Penasquitos Canyon area.
Robin also founded Pacific Business Promotions, where she worked with many local and national companies including Ligand Pharmaceuticals, Downey Savings and Hendrick Motorsports, to create corporate apparel programs as well as working with non profits such as American Cancer Society and American Red Cross to promote and fundraise with them thru the use of media, promotional marketing and brand awareness.
Spending much of her career in the financial, business and adverting arenas, Robin knows first hand how wardrobe choices and personal style make a significant impact in how clients and colleagues perceive you and more importantly, how you project and feel about yourself in both business and in your personal life.