Etiquette and Omelettes – Making Wise Workplace Wardrobe Decisions

Venue: Learning Tree Atlanta Education Center

Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 21, 2010 End Date/Time: Jan 21, 2010
Registration Date: Jan 11, 2010
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John has a stain on his tie. Will’s plaid vest is tight. Laura’s skirt is a tad high. Susan’s lipstick is too bright. Diane’s new perfume is strong. Jennifer’s blouse is low cut. Josh’s hair is three inches too long. And Tim’s shirt shows his beer gut.

That admittedly feeble attempt at a poem was intended to be humorous, but we can all agree that wardrobe etiquette issues at work are no laughing matter. The wardrobe choices your employees make are a direct reflection of your company’s values and a reflection of how your employees regard the lifeblood of your company…your clients and customers. Employees who project a polished and professional image help create a positive first impression and sustain fruitful business relationships with everyone with whom they come into contact.

Perhaps your office has encountered a few of the wardrobe etiquette challenges mentioned above or even some other more serious issues. If so, you’ll want to attend “Making Wise Workplace Wardrobe Decisions” on Thursday, January 21, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon. This workshop is the second installment of Etiquette and Omelettes, an eight-part series focusing on office etiquette topics presented by Marigold Consulting.

During the session, we’ll explore the five reflections of workplace wardrobe and discuss clothing options for various office environments, including business professional, casual, and business casual settings. You will receive practical guidelines on what should not be worn to the office, with an emphasis on wise wardrobe alternatives for men and women for each season of the year. Additionally, we’ll examine the five Fs of appropriate attire --- easy to remember, general rules of thumb to ensure a ready-for-your-closeup appearance. The session will conclude with suggestions for formulating and successfully implementing a dress code policy in your office.

To complement the material presented during the workshop, each attendee will receive a comprehensive workbook full of helpful tips, examples, and solutions to common workplace wardrobe quandaries. Registration for the workshop is open through Monday, January 11. The registration fee is $75 and includes a buffet-style breakfast of hot and cold menu items, all workshop materials, and a certificate of training completion.

Please visit to download additional details on the workshop. For your convenience, you can reserve your seat by completing and submitting your registration information online. Registrants also have the option of paying their session fee securely online through PayPal with their credit or debit card.

Upcoming workshops in the Etiquette and Omelettes series will address such workplace etiquette topics as cubicle courtesy, meeting protocol, telephone and technology etiquette, and gossip and office politics. For more information on the wardrobe etiquette workshop or any of the other workshops, please visit email


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