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I'm going to visit ex's family in nc and I'm from ny
I havent been around them in a while and they are very
much in to brand names and concern for family image as
they are part of high society. I have been MIA to this
life and only because of my daughter am I willing to go
could you recommend a style  for the visit in june
I'm in my 40's but look like im in my 30's

I would suggest that you keep your attire and accessories simple.
I recommend two options:
1. Wear a blouse or shirt (in a neutral color), jeans, and shoes (sandals or ballerina flats.
2. Wear a sundress with sandals.
Wear minimal jewelry and keep makeup simple but tasteful.

To make a favorable impression, please ensure that your clothes fit well and that you are meticulously groomed (especially your hair and nails-both finger and toes).

Don't try to hard to "fit" in to the point that you become uncomfortable-just be yourself. Most of all, observe and listen more than you speak and give everyone you meet eye contact and a genuine smile!

All the best,


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Magoe Johnson


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Magoe is a certified image consultant with over 15 years of experiece working with individual clients and companies. She empowers individuals that when their opportunity arrives, the way they look and the manner in which they present themselves communicate professionalism and confidence.

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