More than just another usual look in a suit but something that keeps the respect of Professionalism high up at work is what defines a Gentleman! Why fit in when standing out, after all, could be so much fun and fashionable? Time to explore and add something sophisticated to stand out and be a fashion inspiration at work. Talking of which, the colorful printed socks could be the one hit inspiration for you or maybe the contemporary old-school suits would give a winning look. Key trick to be the “bossypants” at work just asks for you to step out of the comfort zone and try something new.
Gentleman’s Guide to Achieve a Winning Look at Work
There are a lot of fit issues that lead to wardrobe malfunction even when it comes to men! No, not just women have to rush to their tailors and get the apparel altered. Everybody have different heights and measurements and that makes it practically impossible for the clothing brands to create perfect outfits for every varying personality!
- Sleeves – Make sure to pick the shirt with sleeves that ends right at the wrist. The one longing below it is long for the perfection while the one ending before it is not going to look perfect too. Also, consider the fit of the sleeves to look creaseless and wrinkle-free.
- Shoulders – Talking of shoulders let me tell you how people get confused in order to bring this little fit tip into practice. All you have to do is line up the shoulders of shirt with the end of your shoulder and there you have a perfect fit.
- Collar – Stack your forefinger and middle finger together and insert it behind the collar. If it feels stuck and constricted, then fear not to put the shirt back. Also, when it still feels too loose, that is not the ideal fit of collar for you.
- Pants – Neither do you want your butts to feel suffocated nor do they wish to look shapeless. Straight back and a break in the front is what a perfect pant looks like.
- Jackets and Blazers – Yes, indeed, according to the dressing rules and style guides, it is mandatory to choose a blazer that ends about half an inch before the sleeves of your shirt. Not more, not less! But just half an inch, it is! While the actual formal length of jackets and blazers should end right at the inner curve of your palm.