Suit the City | exquisite and unique made-to-measure suits and separates for

men and women

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The Tailoring Team Limited

Denham Farm

Wheeler End

Buckinghamshire

HP14 3NQ

Phone 0800 011 2450

Email - info@suitthecity.com

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SUIT THE CITY

Affordable, beautiful & unique

All garments are made to measure with bespoke details to suit your individual lifestyle, personality and budget

Choose from thousands of fabrics, linings and finishing touches

Private one to one measuting, fitting and styling service by appointment

What is business casual dress?

April 5, 2017

 

 

Help, I've just joined a company with a business casual dress code. Don't worry gents, we know how confusing this can be, so here are some basic rules to follow so you can't go wrong.

 

Some basic no-no's - not under any circumstances

  • No ripped jeans

  • No underwear on show - we don't want to know who makes your smalls

  • No flip flops or sandals

  • No slogan t-shirts

  • No sports wear

  • No big trainers

Now we’ve got that out of the way, what on earth should you wear?

 

Firstly, despite the use of the word casual, you still want to be professional and smartly turned out; secondly you need your wardrobe to be practical and comfortable. So here are our suggestions.

  • Smart trousers that actually fit

  • Jeans and chinos that fit, you can go for colour but avoid high fashion colours unless you work in new media or tech

  • Made-to-measure shirts allow you to express your personality and look smart at the same time

  • Casual jackets to go with your trousers. These can be tweed, they can have fun linings but strictly no gold buttons

  • Cashmere or pure wool knitwear is fine with a pair of trousers (as long as you have a shirt under it)

  • Polo shirts

 

The key message is to dress slightly more formally than others but to leave the pinstripes in the wardrobe and enjoy yourself - see this as an opportunity to express your personality.

  

 

 

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