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It’s important to present yourself in a professional manner. Remember, first impressions are lasting.
#9-For Formal Dress, Match The Shoes And Belt
You can get away with mismatched leathers in casual dress, but not so for formal dress.
Patterns are great, but they can be too much of a good thing.
#7-Short Pants Are Not Okay
When wearing a blazer or suit, your top and lower halves must be in proportion. Hence, long pants are a must.
#6-No Vests By Themselves
Vests should only be worn as part of a three-piece suit ensemble. Anything less and it looks like you’re missing something.
#5-Either Wear A Belt Or Suspenders
They are both worn for the same reason. Belts will wear less on your pants.
#4-Match Your Colors To The Season
Bright colors don’t go in the winter season when the sky is gray and the days are short. Tone down your wardrobe accordingly.
#3-Leave That Bottom Button Alone
Never button the last button on a jacket or sweater. It squeezes the waist uncomfortably.
#2-Leave The Sneakers At Home
Many have tried this look. Many have failed this look. Give it up.
#1-Follow The Dress Code
If it’s black tie, wear black tie. Formal wear means to wear a suit. Dress according to the specifications. Otherwise you’ll look misplaced, and everyone will notice.