Ten ways to... Dress for Success

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

1. Take out your tongue stud
2. Think West Wing, not Sex in the City
3. Look conservative. With a small 'c'
4. Knock 'em dead, but not with your perfume
5. Avoid novelty fashion
6. Accessorise carefully (you're not Pat Butcher)
7. Stick with the office dress code
8. Aim for slightly smarter than needed
9. Don't out-dress your boss
10. It's all in the details

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