Tag: office suit
You got the interview. Better yet, now you’ve landed the dream job and start next week. There’s only one problem: you only have one suit and it’s the one you bought back in high school. Make that two problems: not only do you need a new wardrobe, but until you get your first real paycheck, there isn’t enough money in your bank account to cover the cost of amassing a collection of business-appropriate clothing.
When you are headed off to an interview in a high profile office setting, it is important to make the right impression. When night falls and you are headed to a formal banquet, however, a suit with different details is necessary. A poorly chosen suit can make you stand out in the wrong way.
In 2016 black and white come in a variety of patterns and prints, which add a contemporary hint to the classics. In addition to traditional stripes and checks, polka dots and leopard print are two key options to try.
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.'
What is the dressing style in your company? We would like to show it if it is original and presents the corporate culture of your company. The clothing style we are looking for is the men's suit. Show us your most stylish suits. One out of each 20 companies that submit photos and are featured in our gallery will participate in a contest...
Brown is among the most common colors in men's suits. That's pretty logical, because brown is less formal than black (which is especially inappropriate for Summer) and depending on the shade and the fabric it could be both super stylish (great for business suits, for example) and casually fresh (cool for meetings on the sea side).
Blue suits are definitely among designers' favorites for 2016. This is not a surprise, because blue is an elegant color, suitable for different occasions, styles and body types. The variety of its shades gives gentlemen endless options to experiment.