The Zandbergen Report

Bart Zandbergen Discusses Dressing for 2022 and Beyond with Dave Welch of b.spoke and Scott Heinila

March 22, 2022

Host Bart Zandbergen was joined in the studio by Dave Welch, Founder of b.spoke, and Scott Heinila of Producers Choice Network to discuss workplace attire in our changed professional world. With many people either going back to work in an office, while others are working solely from home, and others who are still working remotely entirely, the art of dressing well has shifted. In this episode, the trio discusses the importance of wardrobe consulting, what style trends have emerged, and how to dress to impress here in 2022 and beyond.

In this episode learn:

- What b.spoke means and its relevance
- What items can help elevate an outfit and create a memorable look
- What professional attire looks like today and how to incorporate it into your wardrobe
- Why how you are seen literally and figuratively starts with how you decide to show up
- Why having a signature style is still important today in order to stand out from the crowd

To learn more about Dave Welch and b.spoke, please visit www.bspokestyle.com or @bspokestyle

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