Dress­ing Right – Some DOS and DON’TS

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• Al­ways look pro­fes­sional • Dress for the au­di­ence, the cor­po­rate cul­ture and your­self • Wear clothes that fit • Make sure your clothes are pressed • Keep jack­ets but­toned (for­mal) • Keep your hair neat and trimmed • Mild (or no) fra­grances • Ties should be con­ser­va­tive and reach the mid­dle of your belt buckle • Laced-up shoes (usu­ally black) with a suit • A tra­di­tional starched busi­ness shirt,

prefer­ably white cot­ton with a suit • Shirts with a sim­ple col­lar and cuffs • A for­mal but sim­ple watch • Hair, usu­ally parted to one side, not reach­ing the top of your shirt col­lar • Over-the-calf socks


• Cloth­ing that no longer fits • Wrin­kled cloth­ing • Fab­rics that have a no­tice­able sheen • Hair that falls in your face or ob­scures your eye­brows • Hair that re­quires con­tin­ual ad­just­ment • Fra­grance that smells from a dis­tance • Busy pat­terns • Gar­ish ties • Sloppy fa­cial hair • Shiny tie pins or clips or big belt buck­les • Vis­i­ble jew­ellery (other than a watch and/or a sin­gle sim­ple ring) • Dis­tract­ing lapel pins • Open top shirt but­ton with a tie • Short-sleeved dress shirts • Short socks

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