Informative Speaking

White button-down: Merona for Target. Brown reversible belt: Wal-Mart. Brown wide-leg trousers: Old Navy. Brown shoes: Mudd. Bracelet: Jewelry superstore. Scarf: thrifted.

Brown reversible belt: Wal-Mart. Bracelet: Jewelry superstore. Brown shoes: Mudd. Scarf: thrifted.

Informative speaking is all about the audience, and in that respect so is dressing.  Whether we like it or not, the way we package ourselves in our clothes says a lot about us.  But, it’s not all about the audience.  Public speaking is also about the speaker– being interested in your topic can go a long way for making the audience interested.  And that goes for dressing, too.  Dressing in clothes that make you feel comfortable, confident, or sexy–(whatever your going for) will actually serve to make you attractive and interesting.

My outfit today made me feel very Hepburn-esque.  Katharine, not Audrey.  The pants and shirt were freshly ironed, but after a few hours of wear and two hours in the car they had some wrinkles.  The accessories are all varying shades of brown and felt very fitting for Fall.  Remember, accessories can take any basic shirt and pants combo from boring to memorable!


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