Scott Sliver

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Accessory of Empowerment

Accessory of Empowerment

Shoes of Empowerment

Shoes of Empowerment

Outfit of Empowerment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Should You Vote For Me?

Scott understands it’s not the suit, but the man IN the suit for which you are voting. I want your vote in this race…AND in my race for City Commission.

Accessory of Empowerment

I struggled with this one…I have this one blue tie…that just makes me feel great when I put it on. But I have to go with my iPad as my accessory of empowerment. It’s functional and cool. It’s great in meetings and it’s great when you are giving a presentation. I’ve been an Apple guy since the early 80s!

Shoes of Empowerment

My favorite pair of shoes is a new pair of weathered, chocolate brown wing-tip desert boots. (I can’t wear them with my suit because they aren’t the right color.) You can dress them up or dress them down. I bought them because they are just really cool shoes. I asked myself, “would my son wear these?” These don’t necessarily represent my success, but I just really like them. But I still wear black wing tip dress shoes with my suits.

Outfit of Empowerment

What we wear makes a statement about us. About who we are…even what we value. My day to day “look” is Levi’s 511 skinny jeans with a black shirt (I own a dozen different variations) and black Toms. I have always tried to look “youthful” without trying to look young. However, stepping into the political arena, I knew I had to “step up my game.” Just as a football player has a certain uniform, so does an elected official. I went out and purchased two new suits. A black two piece and a dark gray-blue three piece. I love my three piece. I love how I look in it and I love how I feel when I wear it. In other words, I feel empowered simply by putting on this particular suit. I especially like the flexibility of taking off the jacket and wearing just the vest. It says “dressed up” “professional” and “relaxed” all at the same time.