How A Suit Affects What Others Think About You
How you think indirectly affects what others think of you. No need to launch into a motivational speech; You know when you feel better about yourself that others can tell – and reciprocate. Consciously or not, many associate suits with those who are more capable or more willing to make and follow through with difficult decisions – the successful people of the world. We can (and should!) take it upon ourselves to feel good.
Your personal and professional reputation is tied to how you dress. Being the best dressed in the room makes it easier to get your opinion heard. There are many examples of how a conscious effort to dress well at work can almost immediately change how your peers perceive you. Your suit can express your personality, confidence, and individual style. And you’re familiar with the timeless mantra: “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.”
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.