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    Sudsies: Dressing for Success

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    Research shows that dressing up for the job improves work performance, so it is acceptable to say that, “Looking good means feeling good, and feeling good means doing good.” The Wall Street Journal recently published an article, “Why Dressing for Success Leads to Success,” which spells out the science behind one of the clothing industry’s biggest beliefs.

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    Miami, FL, December 8 2017- Research shows that dressing up for the job improves work performance, so it is  acceptable to say that, “Looking good means feeling good, and feeling good means doing good.” The Wall Street Journal recently published an article, “Why Dressing for Success Leads to Success,” which spells out the science behind one of the clothing industry’s biggest beliefs.

    The study conducted proved that in simulations of varying work scenarios, such as business meetings, the subjects that were dressed more formally exhibited higher confidence levels and big-picture thinking. This also brought to life the idea of perception from their counterparts. The well-dressed subjects were taken more serious than those that were not formally dressed.

    Another study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology translated this into dollars. How much does the way someone dresses affect their success? Get this: By hundreds of thousands. The participants of the experiment wore either suits or sweats and were asked to engage in a game in which they were to negotiate with a partner. The ones who dressed up made more lucrative deals than the ones in sweats. Not only did it affect their business, but those who dressed down even displayed lower testosterone levels.

    The Wall Street Journal goes on to interview experts about how to best apply the dress for success approach in different work environments. It would be awkward to wear a three-piece suit in a casual office, but someone could always opt for a cashmere sweater and nice shoes, setting then apart from their peers. Remember, fit is also a critical component in being a well-dressed employee or employer. Even a designer suit can appear sloppy if it is not tailored correctly.

    How can you care for dressy items? Once someone has invested so much in a suit or article of clothing, it can be a chilling realization to have to take care of them. No worries,the Sudsies team specializes in the care of luxury wardrobes, including suits, designer brands, and custom couture works. Cleanings are performed by hand with eco-friendly solutions, while the tailoring department works in tandem to ensure impeccable fit and repairs.

    For more information on the services provided at Sudsies, please visit www.sudsies.com, or call them at (305)728-8940.

     

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