1.Neutral colours such as blue, grey, white, black are guaranteed hits in a corporate setting. Avoid wearing party shirts to work. Do not wear loud colours or patterns that are too bold. Subtle colours look good in offices. Plain shirts are always in style but you can also go for shirts in stripes, checks Colours such as red, yellow, orange usually are not preferred to be worn at the workplace.
2. Avoid wearing short sleeves to work. Full sleeves shirts look professional. Make sure your sleeves touch the base of your hand. Do not roll up sleeves at work. Take care of the fit of the trouser. Slim fit or flat front trousers in solid colours such as grey, black, blue look best at workplaces. Avoid baggy trousers as one looks lazy and sloppy in the same. Your shirt should not be too tight. You should be able to button your shirt properly without any gaps. Clothing should be clean, wrinkle free and ironed.
3.Shoes should be polished. Keep a shoe shiner handy. Prefer dark leather shoes (Black or Brown) with black laces. Do not wear sports shoes or sneakers to work.
There is a huge difference between your college and professional life. College were the days when nobody told you anything when you wore ripped jeans, T shirts, sneakers, hats and proudly flaunted your tattoos and body piercings. 4.Remember, your tie should complement your overall look. Silk ties are always a safe bet. Do not wear ties in loud colours or jazzy patterns. The tip of your tie should touch your belt buckles.
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