Right Business dress can make a better impression on your clients and colleagues. Office people will treat you differently. You might get that new job you’ve had your eye on, whether because you ace that interview or because your stylish look gives you an advantage over other candidates. So, I am going to begin with an overview of the fundamental things—the basic steps—that you’ll need to know for dressing well at the office.
A suit is the right option for business dress, if you are not comfortable in suit then sport coat or casual jacket can be used.
Plain shirts are common and easy to match with any kind of outfit. It is good for day to day office wardrobe, but checks and strips are more suited to stylish social wear.
Like a shirt, Plain Tie is safe but very boring. Don’t be shy of mixing and matching patterns and textured waves. If you are looking for more stylish contrast with the shirt is a good thing.
In recent years, Trousers are more important than the suit jackets in the office. Chinos, Jeans are become famous with classic colors – navy & camel in a slim fit but not skinny.
Even if your walk to work is just, there’s no need to suffer in uncomfortable shoes. Many of today’s dress shoes have rubber soles, which mean more flexibility and fewer blisters. Black or brown color shoes are best for week.
Today’s cases are softer and sleeker than your father dragged to his office.
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