As a 20-something female, I find waking up in the morning the hardest part of my day because I know I’m going to dig through my closet and try on at least 3 different outfits until I find one that “will do.” With the BIO International Convention sneaking up at the end of June, you might be having a similar problem and asking yourself “What to Wear at the BIO International Convention.” It’s a good thing that Kristina Moore from Forbes released an article giving some great tips.
Kristina Moore is a style expert and the founder and editor of Corporate Fashionista. She shares her ideas about how to use fashion as a dynamic professional tool. It’s important to feel confident and comfortable in what you’re wearing, especially considering this is the largest biotechnology event of the year. There will be panel discussions, plenty of seminars, and two keynote speakers including Sir Richard Branson and Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Moore advises that a sleek black and white suit would be the most fitting for the event. However, given that this year’s convention is in sunny San Diego California, Moore suggests adding a splash of color and focusing on the whites.
Since the biotech industry is cutting edge, and you are forward thinking, you might consider communicating your brain power style-wise with some fashion forward pieces. Of course, you already know that your goal should be to visually convey your best self, so that you fully engage and share your talents and expertise at the professional event.
Read the whole piece here.
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