Tips to creating the perfect impression in business attire

 

Your dressing is the first impression you have on the others and when it comes to the job or job interviews the way you dress plays a crucial role. Thus to create the right impact on the others one must dress accordingly. The way you dress at your workplace or to interviews decides a significant part of your career and hence proper business attire should be worn to create the perfect impression.

Deciding on your work wear

Depending on the organisation the requirements of a business attire changes. Some organisations require just decent, casual attire while some will ask you to dress impeccably in formals. The formal attire includes suits, coats, skirts, slacks, neckties, belts, watches, etc. Its is discouraged from wearing bright colours to the office.

There are Various fabric and fashion retailers who are making the perfect business attire to bring out the best professional look in a person. The Shoes, belts and watches also play a significant role. Daniel Wellington is one of the famous watch manufacturing companies, but we still recommend Seiko, just check out this Seiko skx007 review.

In the recent years, the companies are changing their dress code to “business casual” – which encourages an employee to project a professional business like image while in a more comfortable, casual and relaxed dressing. This may include khaki pants, skirts, slacks as well as short sleeve polo shirts and full-sleeved shirts. Watches can be included to give a more sophisticated edge. Various companies like Daniel Wellington have an extensive collection of watches in the casual to the formal range.

When and what to wear as formals

Though business casual helps to create a more relaxed environment for the employees, formals must be worn to important business meetings. The formal business attire mainly includes a full matching business suit with dress pants or dress skirts and jackets. Men are required to wear button-up collared shirt with a necktie, and its is more often said to formalise your wear just wear darker shades.

Your formal wear also enhances the professional image of your organisation. The clothing should be neat, crisp and perfectly ironed. Wearing torn, dirty, wrinkled clothes is a big no.

Both men and women should avoid bold and bright colour shirts. Though bold and bright colours and patterns are acceptable in ties, it should match the colour and tone of the dress shirts.

Women can wear dress pants and skirts with matching jackets. The jacket’s sleeve length can vary depending on the season. Collared shirts or dress material tops are mostly recommended.

Choosing your perfect accessories

Depending on the colour of your suit you can make a choice between brown and black belts. One must refrain from wearing coloured belts. The Socks should also be worn by matching the tone of your suit. A business attire is also incomplete without a perfect watch. Many companies design watches for formal purposes, and one can try Daniel Wellington watches.

Choosing your perfect work shoes

A perfect business attire also includes a perfect and comfortable pair of work shoes. The leather is mostly preferred as the shoe material and should be polished and clean.

The way one dress to the office creates a positive or negative impression on the others present there and hence one must be careful in choosing their business attire. One’s dressing should not only comply with the dressing norms of the organisation but also should speak for the person’s attitude. So from next time choose your perfect business attire. Be impeccably dressed from top to bottom and don’t forget to accessorise it with the perfect belts and watches. You can try Daniel Wellington watches, but be sure to make your mark from the next time.

 

Tax Evasion in Vancouver is Ridiculous, Here’s Why

As if the situation with Vancouver real estate wasn’t bad enough already, there are new pieces of evidence coming to light that prove that there are more bad things going on than you thought.  If you are following the real estate world, some of this won’t be new news, but it is something that will impact anyone who wants to get into the know on real estate in the fast paced and built up environment that makes up Vancouver.

The problem is that foreign buyers are going out and snapping up all kinds of property and then getting out of paying taxes by saying that it all is to do with principal homes.  Since personal and principal homes are not taxable, this is a loophole that foreign people have been getting into, both those looking to make a home here, or those who are using people living here, while pulling the strings overseas.

A recent story that has come to light in support of this is the fact that of Mr. Gu.  This is a true professional that has earned his income by working as a real estate agent.  He has bought homes, flipped them, sold them, and then done the same thing again.  This is all good in theory, but the thing is that this is actually a fraud situation.

At the time that he was required to pay taxes, he claimed that he owned several homes and these homes were not taxable, so he was able to take a lot of the money for himself and keep it in his personal bank account.  The official claims are still being disputed, but the damage has been done to the trust of those who are looking for a way to pick apart the world of foreign investors.

The main solution that they have come up with is to simply track things better.  Be more aware of the things that can go wrong, and track the money and the people it is going to.  This is the best way to stay on top of the situation to make sure that similar things don’t happen.  That being said, while this is the easiest solution, it is not one  that the government supports.  There isn’t a reason yet, as to why this is the case, but it is not being followed.

The best solution that is one the government supports, is to just be stricter on the rule according to the CRA.  Make sure the documents are all checked and perfected to guarantee that everything is as it says it is and that there are no red flags.  This is the best way to take on the world of deceit and financial guessing that is going on in this busy place.

The market has a long way to go before it gets to the point where it can be accessible to many people who are looking, but it is encouraging to see that at least there is acknowledgement of a problem, even if a great solution has yet to be found.

Vancouver Real Estate Prices Result in Refugee Relocation

Imagine having to move all the way across the country just to find an affordable place to live.  That’s not quite so hard to imagine for previous Vancouver residents.  In fact, it is their exact story that is being told here today so that you can see for yourself just how crazy the situation has gotten, so crazy that even Vancouver realtor, Dave Jenkins has commented on this.  Whether moving is something that you had considered before now or not, you may have to, if you want to find a home that is on budget and in a spot that is kinda sorta similar to Vancouver.

 

These two west coasters had to pack up their bags and head east so that they could find an affordable place to live.  They ended up as far east as you can go, St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador.  This is where they found a gorgeous home that hit all of their targets in terms of “must haves”, not to mention their budget.

Having lived in Vancouver before, they wanted to stay in this built up city so that they could continue working and living in a world they enjoyed, but also create a permanent life for themselves in a home that they loved.  Not only was this family unable to find a home that they loved, they couldn’t even find one that they liked.  Not in their budget, anyway.  The homes were all extremely overpriced and, essentially, forced this couple out of the city limits and to another side of the country.

 

Though they are enjoying their home in friendly St. Johns, they say that Vancouver was the place they wanted to live.  It had their friends and family and their careers that they had worked hard to establish.  It’s hard to imagine that the housing marking is that bad, but this couple here is proof that it is, in fact, as bad as this.

The idea of having to simply relocate yourself because you are majorly out priced by the market is an appalling thought and it is one that is registering in the minds of many that are looking at the market prices and thinking “there’s no way this is going to work.”  This couple is living proof that this can happen.

 

They’re making the most of it, though, enjoying the rich culture of St. John’s and the friendly people that they meet on the street.  While there have been challenges of living out this way (most of which are due to jobs), this couple has decided to make the most out of a bad situation.

 

It shows you, however, that something needs to change.  It isn’t acceptable that an established couple who have been doing well with managing their different parts of life, need to move all the way across the country just to find an affordable place to live.  It is terrifying and silly and it definitely needs to be fixed before more people start to follow this idea and St. John’s get’s overloaded.

 

Whether this is a heartwarming story for you, or a sad one, use it in a way that will motivate you to move into the future and do something about the real estate market while you’re at it.

Eddie Yan, realtor