Suiting Up for Summer: How to Dress Cool But Look Correct in the Office

Business Etiquette expert, professional speaker, acclaimed author and personal consultant Lydia Ramsey offers her expertise on summer dress for the office.

Savannah, GA, May 26, 2007 --( As temperatures rise and the weather heats up, more and more people are wearing less and less to work. The tattoos and toes that were hidden in winter are showing up in the office. Arms, legs and more than an occasional midriff are in full view. Businesswomen in particular are sacrificing their professional appearance in search of cool and comfortable. Lydia Ramsey offers her expertise to help women in the workplace dress in office –appropriate attire during the hot summer months.

Women’s clothing offers so many choices that it is not always easy to distinguish between fashion wear and office wear, between daytime dress and after-hours attire. The lines become even more blurred in the heat. There are ways to dress and still look sharp and serious without sweltering and without surrendering professional polish and personal style.

“Whether you work in an office that is corporate, creative, casual or conventional, there are certain standards of dress you need to maintain in order to meet the expectations of your clients, your customers and your boss. Even the woman who works from home needs to look as if she’s on the job and not on vacation. Don’t let the thermometer damage your career,” says Lydia Ramsey.

Lydia Ramsey helps people promote themselves and grow their business by showing them how to keep their feet out of their mouths and egg off of their faces. A business etiquette expert, author, speaker and premier trainer, she has reached thousands of people in a variety of audiences with her presentations, from large corporations to small businesses, from major universities to community service organizations. Lydia is the author of the widely acclaimed book, Manners That Sell – Adding The Polish That Builds Profits, the just released Lydia Ramsey’s Little Book of Table Manners and a contributing author to Real World Career Development Strategies That Work.

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Lydia Ramsey
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Savannah, Georgia 31411
Lydia Ramsey, Inc.
Lydia Ramsey