For decades, business gurus have told us that in order to succeed, you have to "look the part" of the role you're trying to play. For many, that was a suit and tie, pantsuit, or other semi-formal outfit. For others, it's just a nice dress shirt and dark jeans or a neat, but more casual dress. And yet even after a year of almost exclusively online meetings, so many of our executives and event industry colleagues show up to their online meetings in the digital equivalent of flip-flop sandals: up-the-nose camera angles, poor-quality audio, lighting that makes them look like they're being interrogated in a police drama, and choppy wifi. The new "dress for success" is caring about how you look and sound online- and not just for our events!