Wardrobe Tips


Professional DressProfessional Dres
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This is the most conservative type of business wear. Also what you would wear to an interview.

It’s what you’ll be expected to wear in the office if you work in accounting, finance, or other conservative industries (or if you just have a really conservative boss!)  For women, this means a business suit or pants suit, or dress and jacket.  For men, professional dress means a business suit or a blazer, dress pants and a tie.

 

 

Business casualBusiness Casual

This is a more relaxed version of “Professional Dress”, but it doesn’t mean you’re actually going to be “casual”!

This is likely to be your office dress code if you work in a semi-conservative workplace, but some interviews and events may also call for business casual.  Basically, business casual is a shirt with a collar and/or a sweater, khakis or dress pants and nice shoes for women.  Women can also sometimes wear a knee-length dress or skirt. Men can also wear a polo shirt/sweater with khakis.