VTV editors must memorize the following dress codes before going on TV
For VTV editors, dressing well is not enough. They also have to follow extremely strict dress codes to be eligible to appear on television.
1. About color
Editor Hai Van, a familiar face of the 24-hour Economic, Business and Consumer Financial Newsletter, shared about the colors of the editors’ costumes before being broadcast on television.
Specifically, the editors need to understand the content of the news that they will lead today to choose the right outfit. If the news on that day has a lot of good news and brings many positive things to viewers, the editors will choose to wear bright colored jewelry such as pink, orange, and dark blue.
In case the news that day has a lot of negative news, the editors will switch to wearing clothes with dark tones like purple. The editors do not wear black or gray colors because it gives a gloomy and heavy feeling.
2. About materials, textures
Editors will always wear plain clothes. Lace and mesh designs are taboo. Even in ao dai or a shirt, the editors/MCs always wear the simplest costumes, without large, fussy, and prominent motifs that can distract the audience.
When it comes to doubles, the editors have to consult with their hosts to create consistency in their outfits when on the air.
For example, when the female editor wears ao dai, the male editor will wear a tie. This helps the duo look more satisfied and professional when on the air. These are extremely small details but help the audience not to be uncomfortable when watching TV.
In short, the job of editor (BTV) – host of VTV is also the profession of “making a hundred families”. The audience is also increasingly fastidious, but more and more like that, television workers have to be more attentive and careful in each appearance, not only in terms of knowledge and professional skills but also in terms of images. , fashion.
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