Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) November 16, 2010
It’s that time of year again when we all get to see the sexy, “party” side of co-workers, whether we want to or not. To avoid embarrassment, share these tips from Cleavitz, http://www.cleavitz.com, the half-top worn over a bra and underneath low-cut shirts, dresses and business suits to cover cleavage in comfort and style.
“You know who they are, the people who get a little carried away at the office Christmas party showing sexy cleavage, getting drunk and acting inappropriately,” says Julie Crotty, Cleavitz Founder and Owner. “Well, here’s an easy list to pass around the office to help your co-workers (or you) avoid embarrassment at this year’s holiday work party. And as a thank you for sharing the list, you’ll receive a 20% discount on your Cleavitz purchase at http://www.cleavitz.com by entering the code ‘holiday’ at checkout.”
Top 5 Ways to Avoid Embarrassment at the Office Holiday Party
1. Control and Cover Cleavage in Comfort.
It’s o.k. to dress sexy for an office holiday party, but don’t get carried away. Try wearing a Cleavitz to work and then pull it down a little bit when the party starts. Whether dancing or talking to the boss, the Cleavitz will stay comfortably in place and cover just the right amount of cleavage from day to night.
2. Monitor the Drinks – Duh.
This one is pretty obvious, but a must-have for this list. Save the heavy drinking for private parties with family and friends. It can be tempting to have one too many, but think about the consequences. The wrong actions or statements in one night can cause humiliation, lack of credibility and even a job loss!
3. Stop the Bad Karaoke and Dancing, Please.
Sure. Many of us love to dance around the house and sing in the shower. But that doesn’t mean co-workers want to see or hear a performance at a holiday party. Have fun, but be warned. Someone may have a video camera ready to post the famous dance moves (complete with sexy cleavage and horrible vocalizations) online.
4. Watch Manners.
Remember, it’s a work party. Treat others with respect. Use a napkin and the appropriate table manners, try to have fresh breath, and avoid foods that cause bad smells and sounds!
5. End the Gossip.
While it may be fun to spread rumors and share sexy stories about co-workers, don’t do it. Be gracious and act like a true leader. After all, the boss may be listening and that promotion could disappear within seconds.
Office holiday parties can provide an opportunity to shine or become regretful events. Don’t worry. Just follow these simple guidelines to have fun, cover cleavage and act appropriately in order to face co-workers in the New Year.
Got good office party stories? Share them at http://www.cleavitz.com.
Cleavitz is a unique half-top worn over a bra that provides comfortable, cleavage control for women. Without any elastic bands, snaps, hooks or tape, the Cleavitz adjusts up or down and stays in place to go from a day at the office to a sexy night on the town. Available in numerous styles and colors for both women and teens, Cleavitz donates 2% of all revenue to help breast cancer research. For more information and to order a Cleavitz, visit http://www.cleavitz.com or call 877-387-9897.
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