What to wear, and Where!

It’s safe to say that fashion is an evolving thing – we don’t dress the same today as we did in the 1890’s. Although it logically follows, few people realize that etiquette around fashion also evolves. With so many different dress codes out there, it can be difficult to decide what to wear for different kind of occasions. Here’s a handy guide to help you excel at the task of dressing appropriately.

1. The Occasion: A job Interview

There are a number of high pressure scenarios in life, and one of them is preparing for an in interview. First impressions are everything when it comes to interviews and you want to put your best foot forward. The way you present yourself and the clothes you wear speak to your level of professionalism, drive and the level of seriousness about the role you are pursuing.
What to wear: Different work environments dictate different dress codes, but you can never go wrong with a sharp-looking, formal shirt and trouser on an interview. In a more casual work environment, a pair of sleek trousers, button down shirt and a tie would also be a great choice.

2. The Occasion: A business dinner or a company party

Keep things professional, you are still working but in line with the event.
What to wear: For business dinners, office wear is appropriate, trousers with a slim fit formal shirt. As for that company picnic, choose a knee-length short and a V-neck T-shirt.


3. The Occasion: A wedding

Choose solid colors or subtle patterns over the more statement-making designs to keep things really elegant.
What to wear: Ideally, look to a grey or navy trouser and team it with an ultra-crisp, plain shirt (white is always the best). If you want to add some personality, look to your tie or pocket square, but always keep it discrete rather than daring.

4. The Occasion: Get-togethers

There are get-togethers, there are cocktail parties and then there are receptions. In that order do we generally see these congregations increase in their level of formality.
What to wear: Get-togethers are mostly casual events often loosely planned where most of the attendants know each other or share a common bond. Select a casual T-shirt and pair of comfortable chinos for such events. Cocktail parties are, on other hand, are planned events where judgements are passed, business deals started and business cards are liberally distributed. Dress according to the code, either business casuals or black tie optional.

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