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Dressing for Success

Do you have a big meeting, but you don’t have a decent thing to wear? Are you attending a client dinner in a week but your little black dress is looking drab?

You don’t have to suffer in the depths of business fashion hell. Men and women can easily change their business look to make them not only presentable but engaging.

From head to toe, Entrepreneur.com and MSNBC have created a short guide for the best boardroom and business dinner looks for both sexes. For example, they suggest men wear more fitted suits (though not that fitted), get a good hair cut and take consideration when choosing the shoes you pair with your outfit. Women can update their look with wide-leg suit pants or high-waisted pencil skirts, tone down the accessories and continue to keep black as your go-to color. [MSNBC]

Posted: 3/27/08