Dressing For The Job You Want, Not The Job You Have: Part I

Posted on March 06, 2014 by Niko Downie

An approach we hold dear here at Elevator is always looking the part, and that means dressing to impress when it comes to getting the most out of our professional lives. With that in mind we're delighted to launch our series entitled 'Dressing for the Job You Want, Not the Job You Have'.  

Spring is nearly here, so get yourself out of your winter funk and kick your career up a notch by focusing in on your accessories.  In Part I we indulge our dreams of becoming a city hall reporter (what better place for that gig right now than Toronto?). If you want that Pulitzer Prize, you'll have to fend off the competition, starting with your wardrobe.

From top top bottom:

Tino Basalt Felt Fedora by Bailey of Hollywood, because no roving reporter should be without a hat like this.

Charcoal Stripe Tie by Marshall Artist, to lend your outfit some gravitas.

Silver & Enamel Tie Clip by Miansai, to show that you're the kind of guy who pays attention to the details.

English Tan Leather Gloves by Dents, because face it, it's still pretty nippy out there.

Tan Leather Satchel by Billykirk, for stashing away your dictaphone, pens and notepad.

Brown & Grey Braided Belt by Anderson's, because wearing pants without a belt just isn't acceptable.

Original Memo Notebook by Field Notes, for making notes - kind of fundamental for a reporter's job.

Monarch Boots by J Shoes (coming soon to Elevator), for pounding the streets in hot pursuit of your next big story.

So now you're ready for that big scoop, go get 'em, tiger.


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