These days, it isn’t easy to choose the right outfit to wear to work. Some workplaces now have a relaxed dress code, while others are more formal than ever before, so how do you know which way to go. Even if you think you know your workplace’s rules and regulations regarding attire, it can still be difficult to know precisely what’s meant by “business formal” or “business casual”.
Times are changing when it comes to there being a necessity for employees to wear strict business attire in the workplace. A lot of businesses are now finding that allowing staff to wear their own clothes can lead to increased happiness in the workplace. Indeed, only one in ten employees in Britain wear a suit to work in 2019. Nowadays, options range from casual dress to branded polo shirts. When it comes to deciding how your employees should dress, a lot of it comes down to your industry in terms of what is appropriate.
It’s true that many people who lose weight regain it soon after. Such sudden changes can be very dangerous for one’s health and generally not good for the overall weight loss effort. If you want to lose excess pounds and keep them off, you need to change your lifestyle and stick to the new healthy habits. The good news is that this is also the most effective and enjoyable way to lose weight in the first place. Weight Loss and Regain: Why Does It Happen and What Does It Mean for You?
Cufflinks are used to secure button shirt cuffs and may also be an item of jewellery for men. Cufflinks can be manufactured from a variety of different materials, such as glass, stone, leather, metal, precious metal or combinations of these. Securing of the cufflinks is usually achieved via toggles or reverses based on the design of the front section, which can be folded into position. In addition, there are also variants with chains or a rigid, bent rear section. The front sections of the cufflinks can be decorated with gemstones, inlays, inset material or enamel and designed in two or three-dimensional form.
Orange, lemon, lime green, cerulean, fuchsia and other happy hues made the runways come alive at London's Fashion Week.
"Right now, everyone's looking for colour, I think they're looking for optimism, more shape, less layering," commented Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour for Reuters.
Paul Smith presented clothes in the colours of the rainbow, inspired by Congo, Nicole Farhi created cocktail dresses in orange and green, and one in neon yellow with a deep neckline.