Best dressed is now an official word
The word “best dressed” has become an official one, and now it’s up to you to define what’s best.
So how do you define “best?”
You can’t just go and define it for yourself, of course, but we did try to help.
The best dressed person in your life is someone you like to be around.
Is he or she always the most popular, or is it something in between?
If you’re the first person in the house to say “yes” to a recommendation, you’re probably the person you should be getting to know.
Are you a professional or a casual?
Do you like doing things by yourself or in a group?
Are you comfortable in your own skin, or comfortable around others?
It’s your decision.
You don’t have to be a professional dresser, but if you’re going to wear something that you enjoy, you should consider yourself a professional.
What’s a professional, anyway?
You’re probably already familiar with the words “professional” and “professional attire.”
But what about someone who you’re totally unfamiliar with?
A person who has a different style, color or style of clothing than you?
Or someone who looks totally different?
What are they doing?
And what are they wearing?
What you don’t want to see is a person wearing something that looks “too good” or “too casual” to you.
So we asked some experts to tell us what the “best” way to dress for the job is.
We didn’t want the advice to be too subjective.
We asked a mix of people who are experts in the field of dressage and others who have been around for a long time and have been there before.
We also asked our panel of experts to weigh in.
We want to know what you thought.
Is it best to dress the way you like?
If so, what would you do differently?
And when should you dress?
So when should dress the part?
And should you always wear something you like, even if it looks different?
You’ll find our expert panel answering these questions and more in this week’s episode of The Womens Health and Fitness Show.