Comfortable and Attractive Shoes for Sister Missionaries

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One of the most critical aspects in making your mission successful is preparedness. However, that's often easier said than done; with so much to pack, so much to do, and so many decisions to make, you might be left feeling a little lost.

Just take a deep breath, remember the good you're bringing into the world by doing this mission, and focus on one thing at a time--for example, your shoes.

Determining Your Suit Size

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There's a lot to consider when it comes to choosing men's missionary clothing. You want a formal style, attractive fabric, and a comfortable fit. Believe it or not, with the right information, you can have it all. Today we'll help you with one of the biggest questions in men's clothing: how to determine your suit size.

How to Know if Your Dress Clothing is Too Tight

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Choosing men's dress clothing is a delicate task. You want clothes that are sleek, form-fitting, comfortable, and attractive, but you also don't want to run the risk of wearing something that's just too tight. How do you tell the difference?

Here are a few signs that your dress clothing might not be the best fit.

Tips for Choosing Women's Missionary Clothing


Being mentally and physically ready for your mission is one thing, but being appropriately packed is quite another. Here are some tips to help you choose comfortable, functional, and attractive women's clothing for your mission. That way, when the time comes, you can focus on what matters.

Getting Prepared

Being adequately prepared for your mission is one of the best things you can do for yourself. It sets you up for success so that you don't have to worry about uncomfortable shoes, outfits that don't match, or clothing that isn't appropriate for the climate.

How Wearing a Suit Benefits Men

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Suits aren’t just for missionaries or church. In fact, wearing a suit in other settings is a great way to boost your confidence and make an excellent first impression.

When you wear a suit, you communicate with those around you that you are confident and professional. It also helps you feel empowered. Suits can change our perceptions of ourselves, and how others perceive us as well.

Tips on Men's Ties

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The tie you choose for formal occasions, workdays and meetings says a lot about your personal style. Here's how to choose just the right one to create the look you want to project to others.

Style Tips for Men Who Want to Impress

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The art of dressing well is something that anyone can learn. If you find that your look hasn't been impressing others, or you simply don't feel confident about your look, there are a few ways you can improve your skills.

Packing for Your Upcoming Mission

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Getting ready to leave for a mission is an exciting time with plenty to do. In addition to learning about the area you'll be visiting, you may also be busy preparing materials to take along, practicing the language locals speak, or visiting the doctor to get necessary vaccinations. Another important task is getting your luggage packed for your mission. Packing the right women's missionary clothing will help your trip be a success and keep you from having to scramble to find the right clothes after you arrive.

Men's Dress Clothing: Choosing Sharp Suits

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Men's dress suits have a lot of work to do. They need to look sharp and smart while also being comfortable--and, of course, they need to be appropriate for a variety of important occasions. Here are a few tips to help you choose the best suit for you.

Neckties and Knots For Your LDS Mission

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There is a particular art to wearing neckties. To look smart, refined, and professional, it's important not only to choose the right tie, but to choose the right knot. Here's what you need to know to feel comfortable and confident wearing ties on your LDS mission.


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