Fashion in the office
Say NO to the black suit
What is the most suitable office dress code ? How office people around the world dress ? See below.
Dressing for work can be tricky, but you shouldn’t underestimate the power of image when it comes to business. Whether you’re hosting a networking evening, attending an awards ceremony or holding an office meeting, looking your best at a work event will make you appear confident and professional.
Bespoke shirts crafted from solids, pinstripes, and subtle prints have long been embraced as staples in any well-balance business wardrobe, while checks have been unjustly relegated to the ranks of weekend and casual wear.
The suit says, 'I'm not here to mess around.' Which is just one big reason why a suit is a good idea for a business meeting.'
Checks are considered to be less formal than solids or stripes and they are ideal if you want to have a more relaxed office style. Checks come in a number of different styles and they are very fashionable nowadays.
The Dutch tend to dress fairly conservatively in business, though standards and styles vary widely from one industry to another: formal attire is normal in banking, open-neck shirts and jeans in the IT and entertainment sectors. In most Dutch organisations, it is generally normal to wear a jacket, not necessarily a suit, to take the jacket off when working. Colour has no particular significance, and colourful shirt/tie combinations are quite usual in some sectors, such as marketing and service industries.
Today we'll take a look at some advices for the outfit which can help men to be appointed to the job of their dreams.
A proper look during a job interview is an important part of the employing process. Next tips may be of interest to those men in quest of a job - recent graduates, professionals seeking for a better job or promotion.