The Hill just released its hotly anticipated (we're assuming) list of the 50 Most Beautiful people working in the nation's capitol, starting off this year's round of congratulations, humble brags and mocking tweets.
But for up-and-comers in Washington — especially those more coming than up — who didn't make the list, fear not. We analyzed the profiles of the top 10 most beautiful and found a few tips to help you get it together in time for 2015. Just think, in a few months from now you too could be posing for awkward photos and answering questions about your diet and exercise routines.
Be Rand Paul
Paul (#9) is the outlier in the top ten — he's about 12 years older than the next closest beautiful person, one of two married people and the only one with zero fashion sense. “Typically, I come out in things, (and) I’m made to re-dress on occasion at home,” Paul told The Hill. We believe being kind to your less-attractive-but-still-beautiful colleagues helps:
With the exception of 51-year-old Paul, everyone in the top 10 is under 40. In fact, not counting Paul, the average age of the top 10 is 29.5 years old.