• Three Expert Fit Tips

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    Attention to detail is what makes the difference and allows you one way to differentiate yourself from the competition.  The following points are intended to encourage you to notice the detail and think about it when shopping and preparing yourself for an important event.  Take note so that you make the best lasting impression.

    1. For a polished appearance, the length of a man’s tie must graze his belt buckle. The following images show you the desired look as well as what’s considered acceptable.  

                    Do                         Acceptable             Don’t

    Tie 1     Tie 2     Tie 3 

    2. Lately, I’ve noticed women wearing their jacket sleeves so long, that in some cases you can barely see their fingers. Sleeves should be hemmed at the wrist.

    Proper Sleeve Length                 Sleeve Too Long
        Sleeve 1                           Sleeve 2 

    3. A Gig Line is the vertical alignment of one’s shirt or blouse buttons with the belt buckle and pant zipper. If a woman is wearing a skirt or slacks, the line will stop at the waist. The key is to keep everything in a straight line down the front of the body.

    A Perfect Gig Line              Unpolished

         Gig line 1                    Gig line 2

    Create a lasting personal and professional presence.

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    Diana Jennings
    Diana Jennings is the founder of Brand You Image – a personal branding and image management company based in Southern California. A specialist in non-verbal communication, she brings a sophisticated understanding of people and a passion for growth to those working to reach their personal and professional goals. Typical engagements involve the development of high potential individuals and senior level management in personal brand discovery, image management, social and business behavior, and body language for better communication and interaction with others.

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