Classic Corporate Apparel Made SimpleClassic Corporate Apparel Made Simple

Part of being business savvy is knowing how to dress, but with so many different options available it can be difficult to know which options to choose from; it does not help that professional dress is often broken down into subcategories such as general, dressy, and casual. Erring on the side of caution and opting for classic pieces, putting together smart corporate apparel ensembles need not be a complicated process for men or women.

It does not take someone who is known for being particularly fashion forward to successfully pull off a smart outfit. From fashion mavens to those who can barely dress themselves, anyone can appear put together with minimal effort; classics are known as such for a reason, it is often wiser to worry about showing the most personality in attire when an individual is off the clock--dress to impress, not to show fashion flair.

Whether an individual is preparing for their first job within the business world, or has received a promotion which has taken them to the next level, looking the part can be key in both getting ahead and staying ahead.

Men can rely on such basics as crisp white shirts, three and two piece suits, polished shoes, and elegant ties; pinstripe suits and shirts are always a classy choice, and when desired playful ties and cuff links can a touch of personality whilst creating an heir that is professional over all. Black, gray, navy, and brown are all traditional colors, whilst cotton, linen, and tweed are traditional fabrics.

Ladies can enjoy the same simplicity. The same colors, fabrics, and cuts--piece wise-- will apply, although in the case of women there is the option of choosing a silk blouse or scarf over a silk tie. In addition to wearing trousers, women also can wear skirts; keeping the hem just below or at the knee is advisable, younger generations of professionals are strongly advised not to go significantly above the knee--though just above is often acceptable. Pumps or flats are a good choice to pull an outfit together whilst maintaining some comfort throughout the day, scarves, handbags, and jewelry can be used to add a touch of whimsy.

It is often said that it is better to be overdressed than under, this is particularly true when it comes to sporting corporate apparel. Some no longer find suits to be a necessity and instead opt for combinations of slacks, shirts, and blazers--with the possible addition of skirts. There is nothing wrong with this, but for those lacking the confidence or knowledge to pull such looks together suits become a foolproof way to err on the side of looking appropriate.

When working in the realm of business it is never too early nor too late to become more conscious of the presence a person is putting forth. With a few basic articles of clothing, it is possible to significantly enhance an individual's professional appearance.

Whilst personally tailored items would be nice, they are not necessary at the start. As the quality of suits available becomes more financially feasible, opting for moderately priced alternatives are a great way to begin showing a new or renewed dedication to an individual's dress. Through erring on the side of caution and simplifying the clothing options at hand, corporate apparel becomes a choice which is both smart to wear and to make.
by Adrianna Notton
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