What to wear or not, at work

Dress for your client
according to your corporate culture and profession

Give your employees the necessary information

so they may make judicial choices to represent you, your organization and profession.

One should not judge a book not its cover. It is not the container, but the content that counts.

But … everybody does.


Do you sometimes scratch your head trying to understand the clothing choices of some employees?

Do you occasionally look elsewhere to avoid embarrassment?

With tact and diplomacy, we will illustrate the appropriate and inappropriate attire members of your team.

All of our activities are customized. Get inspiration from our other themes.

Contact us, for a confidential needs analysis that will identify your objectives, needs and current challenges.

Invest on your team and watch them shine as your ambassadors.



Vocational and professional training activities may be eligible for training credits and grants, to assist employees or employers in the development of individual competencies or for mandatory professional continuing education. Check with a government representative, your superior, a human resources representative, your professional order, your associations or your accountant.

Dressing for your client according to your company culture and profession



  • To inspire trust and credibility
  • To project a more cohesive image between your employees and your company
  • To respect the dress codes according to the occasion and the place


  • Professional dress code guidelines; dos and don’ts according to your policies
  • A 10-10 (ten items for ten days at work) wardrobe that can take modern day employees from a formal presentation to a client to a casual barbecue at the office
  • The illusion of silhouettes, dress styles and color symbolism
  • The complementarity of accessories
  • Dress codes decoded

A complete makeover with corporate photos is also available in collaboration with: a fashion stylist, a professional hairdresser, a makeup artist and a professional photographer.


  • Corporate ambassadors of all levels
  • Executive Officers
  • Politicians
  • Professionals
  • Officials
  • Employees in Transition
  • New recruits
  • Young graduates
  • International Work Teams





Each newsletter keeps you up to date on the contemporary rules of business etiquette with tips and tricks, to make you shine at work and ultimately develop new business opportunities.

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