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- must be duly stamped and signed for authorization.
- should be fully utilized. No change will be given.
- must be utilized within 1 year from issue date.
- are non-refundable/exchangeable.
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Wednesday, 16 March 2011
Tuesday, 8 March 2011
Here Comes the Sun (part II): Prepare yourself for brighter days ahead.
Anyway, in conjunction with the arrival of Mr. Solar, we've brought in a whole new range of high-quality, pure cotton suiting cloths from Harrisons of Edinburgh 1863, UK. Available in over 20 delightful shades, from the extroverted electric blue to conservative sand-tones, there's something for everyone. This bunch of fabrics are of the perfect weight (ok, for you number-crunchers: around 330g/m, 11oz) for a pair of trim, tailored chinos. Great smooth hand, with an ever-subtle sheen and wonderfully soft, yet not overly light or filmsy.
From now until 31st March 2011, receive a 10% discount on all Harrisons of Edinburgh cotton chinos.
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
Monday, 28 February 2011
Sunday, 20 February 2011
"Tell the uncool guys around the watercooler that you're not dressing for them; you're dressing for life. If they persist, you might add that you're going places, and in those other places, people don't just wear and do the absolute minimum. Life isn't about being up to code - it's about far exceeding it."
Like it or not, we live in an image-driven world. The sooner you come to terms with that, the sooner we can move on. Creating the correct image for yourself can open doors to various opportunities. How you present yourself is also a reflection of how serious you are about the project/job prospect/event.
Non-verbal self-introduction: Hi. My name is Slop and I don't take pride in what I do.
The enviornment one is in can have a huge influence on one's dressing. Yes, peer pressure is not just an issue for teenagers reaching puberty.
The next time that dude in your office with the fraying-collar shirt and droopy-crotch trousers with holes in his back pockets teases you about being dressed up for work, stand back, smile at him politely and softly walk away.
Dude's struggling in life. Be sensitive.