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What Type of Wardrobe Should You Wear to Your Go-See

January 20, 2017 0 Comments

A frequent question that actors and models ask me is what they should wear when attending a go-see. A go-see is the term used for the model’s audition.

Typically, the model will have two or three photos taken. It happens very quickly. Having the right wardrobe and looking the part is something I feel is important and can help increase your chances of getting cast for the job.

But, you have to be careful. You also don’t want to insult the photographer or client by over dressing. So, watch this video to learn more about what you should wear when attending your next go-see.

Share your experiences with others, by letting us know how you normally dress when attending a go-see. You can leave your comments on my www.facebook.com/howtomodel page or at the bottom of this Vlog.

About the Author:

Aaron Marcus has been a full-time actor for over 30 years. He has been cast in over 1,200 acting and modeling jobs to date. You have seen him on the TV shows, Gotham, his recurring role on House of Cards, Do No Harm, Law & Order, Rectify, Halt and Catch Fire, The Wire, West Wing, as well as film projects such as Project Almanac, Philomena, Eugene and A Modest Suggestion. Aaron’s new book “How to Become a Successful Actor and Model,” http://howtoactandmodel.com/book-the-job-book is considered by many to be the most important book on this topic. Aaron has given his seminar: Book the Job over 600 times spanning 3 continents. He also offers private online mentoring programs: http://howtoactandmodel.org/coaching as well as monthly online workshops which can be viewed on howtoactandmodel.org. You can visit his site and receive 3 free amazing videos. Aaron Marcus http://www.howtoactandmodel.org http://www.facebook.com/howtomodel http://www.twitter.com/aaronrmarcus http://howtoactandmodel.org/coaching http://howtomodel.com/seasonpass aaron@howtoactandmodel.com

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