The fitness industry has revolutionised the clothes people use for leisure. No more the old sweaty T-shirt and baggy track suit bottoms, now everything is designer led, with the great ideas Stella McCartney had for London Olympics.
That wonderful Hans Anderson tale 'The Emperor's New Clothes', where the king convinced his sycophantic subjects that he was wearing fine robes when in fact he was starkers, until a small boy blurted out the truth and shattered the illusion.
People believe the evidence of their eyes more than any other sense, so projecting your self-image is critical: Who are you? What do people think of you? This question is even more critical in a business environment.
This continuing debate reignited this week in the Houses of Parliament. There, there has always been a dress code ( for men only why?). Some of the ties our legislators wear are either boring or comic so probably better off than on.
The paucity of the world’s political debate is mind boggling depressing, instead of policy the mantra is find a meaningless phrase and repeat it on every available opportunity, but do not ask about policy.
“Make America great again”
“Brexit means Brexit”
“Strong and cap...
The debate amongst the male of the species of what to wear at work continues apace: Do you wear what you think reflects you personality or what you boss wants the clients to see? In the end, most of us work to make money, so if wearing a smart suit and tie hooks the c...
The UK hospitality industry is 10% of the UK economy, so a vital part of all our lives. The hard BREXITEERS, UKIP and a mess of anti immigrant groups, seem to think that they can throw out all but true Brits and pull up the draw bridge. The fact remains that 25% of st...