The business attire dress code guide part 3

The business attire dress code guide

The business attire dress code guide part 3

Business attire dress code, suit styles:

You can have two-piece suits or three-piece suits. If you have a two-piece suit that is single breasted, I suggest you go with a two-button jacket, you can also go with a three-row two or a simple single-breasted three-button jacket. Always opt for a notch lapel because that is more traditional. You should also opt for side vents, skip center vents because they are meant for horseback riding. The side vents are much better, you can put your hands in your pocket. If you go with the double-breasted jackets, go with a six-button configuration where two are closed or maybe a four-button configuration where two are closed but avoid just a single row of buttons because that is too fashion-forward for a traditional business attire dress code.

Pants you should wear with a business attire dress code:

For your pants or slacks or trousers, you can have a flat front, you can have a pleated front. Personally, I am a big fan of inward pleats because it is more comfortable to sit in them. Your pants can have cuffs or no cuffs. If you go without cuffs, some consider it to be a little more formal. The advantage of cuffs or turn-ups is that they add a little more weight which makes your trousers hang and drape nicely.

Dress shirts you should wear for a business attire dress code:

In terms of dress shirts, ideally you want to opt for French cuffs for cufflinks and the majority should be white and light blue.

Accessories you should wear for a business attire dress code, number 1:

For cufflinks, avoid any kind of diamond cufflinks or colored stone or anything flashy. Stay with simple traditional gold and silver cufflinks. You should go with knot cufflinks because they have been around for a long time, they are not flashy yet they work with everything in your wardrobe from your tweed coat to your black tie ensemble.

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