Office Dress Code #2: Suits

When it comes to picking the right suit or blazers for work, make sure it hugs your shoulders, slim on the body and it covers your bottom. The trousers should be slim, not skinny, and have a break that suits your personal taste.

A Notch lapel is more business-appropriate whilst a Peak lapel communicates elegance and power. Number of buttons and vents is your choice.

For your first suit, go for something in  solid navy or grey and then expand from there – burgundy, olive, khaki and French blue are all viable options. Black is NEVER suitable for business or daytime (if you want something similar, go for charcoal grey instead) but can look very modern and stylish when worn in the evening.

As long as the suit fits you properly, you can dress it up or down to your tastes. Think dress shirts, grenadine ties and Derby shoes or neutral t-shirts, trainers and chambray shirts.

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Office Dress Code #2: Suits Office Dress Code #2: Suits Reviewed by Timi Buseri on June 07, 2017 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. It's funny the thing you said about black.....In my country Nigeria, BLACK is like the principal colour REQUIRED by majority of the cooperate world or any white collar job.... I usually mix with Royal Blue suits,Coffee suit as well as both Navy Blue and Grey....but I tell you,I'm always looked upon as a deviant whenever I put these on regularly. .. Some just see it as me merely showing off.


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