Dress for the place. That means look ready. It also means fit in, or don’t, but either way The Emperor says you should give it some thought.
For example. It’s a certain kind of pleasure to dress for the outdoors and then actually spend the day outdoors. It’s a different kind of pleasure to dress for the outdoors when you’re actually stuck inside an office all day long. For instance, you might try showing up for work with a bird’s nest in your hair. That would be a risk. Your office might now allow birds, or someone might be allergic. On the other hand, it might be a huge gift to everyone, bringing the outdoors inside that way. It’s possible that they would love to come to work with a bird’s nest in their hair, too, they just hadn’t realized that was within the bounds of the dress code. But now they do, and now it is, thanks to you.
Give this some thought today. The Emperor says dress for the place in which you want to be, and your chances of getting there will improve.
The Emperor is sponsored by Coffee Hag proprietress Jenn Melby, who looks like a rock star every damn day.
Tomorrow: The Hierophant.