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My style: Tek Sopheavatey

My style: Tek Sopheavatey

12 Tek Sopheavatey

Putting different ideas for clothing arrangements in the most modern style is the hobby of Tek Sopheavatey, sales and marketing representative for VTRUST Property.

Dressed in a white dress and a red suit jacket, Vatey talks about her style of work clothes.

“My favourite style of clothes for work is a short dress with a jacket, a blouse with a miniskirt, and suits”. I feel more confident when I dress professionally to see the clients; I believe the dress style is part of the attraction.

“As my daily job is to meet and communicate with customers, dressing attractively is an advantage because it helps convey the values of our
company. As a sales and marketing representative, I have to be always building and promoting the company brand, and I do believe that dressing smartly and attractively helps promote my values and the company values.”

Moreover, Sopheavatey said that the colors of clothes are also important because they represent you and show what kind of person you are. Therefore, Vatey explained the matching of her colors.
“White is associated with light, goodness, innocence and purity – it is also considered to be the colour of perfection – while red is the colour of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, strength, power and determination, as well as
passion, desire and love”.

“These two colours matched can show to clients my sense of professionalism and honesty.”  

Furthermore, she said that the way you dress represents your personality, and that it is very important to show clients your confidence and trustworthiness in your profession by what you wear. In addition to showing confidence to clients, clothes also make you believe in yourself.

In order to be more attractive and fashionable, Vatey wears the clothes with long black earrings and a stylish handbag. Most of her clothes are bought in shops, but some are purchased from dressmakers.

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