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Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain looking sharp in 2006
Yesterday was the worst day for the market since September 11, 2001. How should the heads of Lehman Brothes and Merrill Lynch handle the situation? "Moving forward, they'd be smart to stick to the classic dark suit or pinstripes, but pair it with a white shirt and royal-toned tie," Cynthia O'Connor of the Cynthia O'Connor + Company fashion and accessories showroom tells Forbes. "Red, blue and yellow hues work best." Whatever else happens, one thought should be at the forefront of their minds: "This is not the time to appear frumpy or unkempt." At least someone knows how to handle the situation.
· What To Wear In The Event Of A Crisis [Forbes]