Dress to Impress

So you are a young adult and the first step to entering adult hood is acting in a manner which relates to your professional field. Don’t know what that consists of or simply you just want to act in a professional manner? Well I got all the quick tips for you to look like that professional that you aspire to be at an early age.

I know it is hard switching your wardrobe but it is not that complicated because it will take years to completely switch over anyway.

First things first, you need to identify who do you aspire to be and what your current style is. After this step is done you will go through your closet and donate or put in storage all the clothes in which represent an immature character that doesn’t reflect you in a professional manner.

The next thing you will do is go SHOPPING!

While shopping you have to keep in mind what you are dressing for such as interviews, leisure wear, or even parties.


  • Grab a couple of nice dress suits or pant suits for career fairs, interviews and or potential internships
  • Stack up on khaki’s, dressy tops, day dresses, nice jeans and whatever your mind is set on
  • Grab some heels, flats and some nice comfort shoes


  • Grab a couple of snazzy suits and dress shoes
  • Nice jeans, polos, and shirts are great

The next thing to do is decide on what to wear each day.

I AM NOT SAYING YOU HAVE TO DRESS SOPHISTICATED EVERYDAY! I’m rather saying that your closet should be filled with both varieties and that a shift to the more sophisticated lifestyle will come in time and accordance to your profession. You can still have your nice party outfits and playful day outfits but make sure you develop a correct image of yourself

Dress to impress everyday no matter if you only have one class because you never know who you may run into. Become who you want to be early!


Written by Sedria Thomas



 Ludacris, Becky G, Kelly Rowland, Andre Royo and Veronika Bozeman Guest-Star

Music from Without a Country available here!

Cookie and her cohorts decide to start their own small record label, but it’s off to a bumpy start as everyone has different visions for the new label. As his first project for the new company, Hakeem decides to form a girl group and woos a hot Latina lead singer (guest star Becky G), proving that he can be more than just an artist. Meanwhile, Lucious, feeling extra pressure from a bloodthirsty prosecutor, hires a new lawyer (guest star Andre Royo) and records an epic track from inside jail. In Lucious’ absence, Jamal neglects his music and makes business moves that further his journey toward becoming every bit as ruthless as his father in the all-new “Without a Country” episode of EMPIRE airing Wednesday, Sept. 30 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.


Without a Country Track-list:

“Snitch Bitch” – Terrence Howard, Petey Pablo

“Born to Love U” – Jussie Smollett

“Hourglass” – V. Bozeman

“Do It” – Becky G

“Get No Better (2.0)” – Serayah

“Sorry Just Don’t Cut It” – Jussie Smollett

For episodic artwork and more information on this episode of EMPIRE, please visit http://www.foxflash.com/fox/empire

World Gym Open House

Due to popular demand, World Gym Rochester and Greece have entended their open houses. Now you can visit either the 1717 East Ave. or Greece Ridge Center location through this Thursday, September 24th to take advantage of their special membership pricing. With over 65 pieces of cardio equipment, zumba classes, spinning and group fitness classes, World Gym is a special place to escape from the stress of everyday life. With a level of membership sure to meet your needs, don’t miss the open house now through Thursday.

Special Edition Watercooler this Thursday, October 1st

Join us Thursday morning for a special edition of the WDKX Watercooler with Dr. Cedric Alexander Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Oublic Safety in Georgia, founder of Camp Good Fays Gary Mervis, Sergeant Joe Vazquez, and City Council Member Adam McFadden as they discuss the community and policing, city violence, and what can be done to help! That’s this Thursday, October 1st at 7:45am. 

Bryson Tiller TRAPSOUL Album Review

Bryson Tiller TRAPSOUL… Daaayyuuummm.. it’s about time!!

I am loving this album! I don’t know where this young man came from but THANK YOU (Well Drake co-signed Bryson but I had my doubts not going to lie).

From the Intro to Right My Wrongs this album is worth every cent and then some. Bryson tells you a story through his music of love, hurt, lust, family, relationships, mistakes, and his personal journey.

His production on top of smooth vocals and dope lyrics (he can rap too) is insane. Working  with legendary producer Timbaland whom also co-signed Tiller, Milli Beatz, and others. Rhythms and beats that vibrate your core with lyrics that penetrate your mind…… Don’t, Let Em’ Know, Overtime, Sorry Not Sorry, and The Sequence give me ALL my life!

My favorite joint is Exchange  -“Just give me all of you in exchange for me” #onrepeat

TRAPSOUL is the move.  Don’t sleep on this one check it out for yourself click on wdkx.com album section.

Bryson Tiller #cutiepie
Bryson Tiller #cutiepie

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