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IA recent article in U.S.A. Today spoke about candidates for jobs wearing jeans, purple sweat suits, and spike heels or sneakers. Other applicants weren't afraid to show pierced body parts, tattoos and spiked hair. Still others chewed gum or showed up in rumpled clothes or with their pants falling down. One recruiter even told a candidate with his trousers down below his hips, to "Pull your pants up." According to the article, the outlandish dress costs some candidates the job. Mr. Justin W. Henley, CEO of J.W.H Apparel and Image Consultants, LLC, has over ten years of experience in the art of fashion presentation. Mr. Henley is a firm believer that business etiquette and image are key elements to building a visual platform that displays your unique style. Additionally, he emulates an authentic tone of professionalism and individual confidence daily. During this episode, Mr. Henley will provide ways professional men and women can cultivate distinctive images that project positive, professional, successful, and self-assured mindsets.

 

Currently, Mr. Henley is piloting the “Dress for Success” initiative for DeVry University Atlanta, in which he partners with DeVry students to coach them on how to create, develop, and portray their image while accomplishing their professional and academic goals.

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