The business attire dress code guide part 5

The business attire dress code guide

The business attire dress code guide part 5

Shoes you should wear for a business attire dress code, number 3:

You can go for a full black oxford wingtip and in my opinion, it is a little too much and I prefer the quarter brogue and a half brogue but if you like that, go for it.

Shoes you should wear for a business attire dress code, number 4:

If you have more voluminous feet, you may want to go with a derby shoe which is technically a little less formal but if it is in black color and has a nice leather sole, it is still perfectly acceptable. While black is still the color of choice for business wear, you can also wear brown shoes. For dress code business attire, I would suggest you stick with darker shades of brown such as chocolate brown and you can also go with a dark oxblood color which can alternatively be worn with very casual outfits but also with business attire. Even though you can wear very light tan shoes in pretty much all offices today, I would stay clear of them if the dress code calls for business attire.

How to look good in the business attire dress code, number 1: Faintly striped suits over solids

The dress code for business attire is rather strict and you may find it hard to stand out in a subtle sophisticated way. Here are the good ways to stand out with business attire in a professional manner that is not over-the-top. Instead of just a plain solid suit, you can choose to wear a suit with a faint stripe. It is different, it is unique and it is appropriate for business attire. You can also add a matching waistcoat to make it more formal and more unique. Most business suits today are two-piece suits so adding that matching vest really elevates you from the crowd.

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