Etiquette For Dressing

Calling All Men! Top 9 Rules Of Etiquette For Dressing

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.

#8-No Power-Clashing

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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

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They are both worn for the same reason. Belts will wear less on your pants.

#4-Match Your Colors To The Season

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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

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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.

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