For most speakers, choosing the right clothes can be a benefit to support the success of a presentation session. Herewith DoctorSlide shared to you the right dressing tips for presentation session, but things to be noted is you need to match with kind of impression you want to create along the session.
Always use formal suit clothes (for men) and blazers (for women) if the topics and audience categories that are formal and quite conservative (for example: the topic of taxation for multinational scale companies from government).
Use a buttoned shirt as an alternative option to do presentation sessions. Buttoned shirts are accepted as formal cloth and classy. If possible, you may prefer long sleeve rather than short sleeve to have better and formal impact.
In the current era with the emergence of various startups, there is happening kind of flexible work culture and tend to "out of the box" that also affect how we dress during presentation. Sometimes, startup players do not hesitate to wear T-shirts in the office so that sometimes this style is also brought when doing presentation sessions. It's OK to wear T-shirts or any kind of other casual shirt, but it's better if you combine matching with a blazer as outer to keep you looking professional hence it can gain some respects from the audience. Unless you are presenting to similar startup ecosystem, it is really okay to wear T-shirts (especially those shirt printed with your startup logo branding).
Typical Indonesian pattern, Batik, is believed to be kind of cloth that suitable for any occasions, both formal and informal. The same thing goes to presentation session as well where Batik created a professional image whoever wear it. It's good option if you have a batik shirt / dress that you can use any time for any presentation sessions. Don't forget to choose the right type of fabric so it is comfortable to wear (consult with the shopkeeper before buy).
Color of Clothes
Wear bright or light colors to attract the attention of the audience (and keep them amazed by your figure). Other option, choose the color of your corporation.
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