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September 13, 2021
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September 13, 2021
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Kavya Agarwal

Dressing tips for Public Speaking

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    Dressing up for a public speaking event doesn't mean that you have to dress up like a fashion influencer. There are many factors that you need to consider while choosing your outfit for any event. It is normal if the thought of it makes you anxious. Many people spend more time worrying about their outfits than about their presentation itself. You will not have to do that if you have a basic understanding of choosing an appropriate outfit that enhances your personality.Public Speaking is all about projecting the best version of yourself, and dressing up plays a major role in that.

    6 tips to help you dress up better for public speaking events are -

    • Dress to feel good: First and foremost, dress up in a manner that makes you feel good. You should feel not only comfortable but also confident in the clothes that you are wearing. Half the job is done when you are confident about your outfit. The more confident you are in your outfit, the better you'll be able to carry it.
    • Avoid brand new clothes: This advice must come as a surprise, but it is true. Always road-test your outfit before wearing it on the final day. Standing in front of a room full of people wouldn't be a great time to find out that the shirt's fabric doesn't suit you well. Make sure that you are comfortable in the outfit that you choose. It suits you well and brings out your charm.
    • Dress better than your audience: As you'll be the person in the spotlight, people are going to look up to you. Attempt to ensure that you don't get lost in the crowd. When you know your audience, you'll be able to pick an outfit that helps you stand out. Also, at the same time, standing out doesn't mean dressing like a teen in a corporate meeting. You simply have to dress a little better than everyone else in the room.
    • Know the event: Your dress depends a great deal on the nature of the event. You wouldn't want to dress show up in a tuxedo while going for a retreat or any other casual public speaking event, or vice versa. Overlooking the nature of the event will also give you the spotlight, but not the kind that you want.
    • Choose colors wisely: Colors have a language of their own. Each color has a symbolic meaning. If you pay a little attention to the choice of colors, you'd be able to use them to your advantage. For example, black and red are power colors, while yellow and orange are bright and cheerful colors. Also, choose the colors that go well together.
    • Have a list of safe choices: There'll be times when either you won't be able to figure out the right outfit, or you won't have enough time for that. To keep yourself prepared for such situations, have few go-to outfits in your wardrobe. This can include dark-colored bottoms, few shirts in light shades, some solid-colored t-shirts, a black or dark blue overcoat, and a pair of comfortable shoes.

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