Dress according to the profession! At work, your outfit is a symbol of professionalism and to measure the level of skill. When colleagues and customers see you, they should comfortable to working with you. Here are some guidelines to make you look stylish but professional at work. You can also find various articles on how to dress fashionably into the office by visiting www.mode-fashion.fr.

Wear formal business attire when you work with customers in a professional place, such as a bank or office. Formal business usually means wearing coats, ties, formal trousers, and formal shoes. Wear clothes that fit in the body. Clothes that are too tight will be uncomfortable to work. Clothes that are too loose will look unkempt and unprofessional. Work clothes should be comfortable and not restrict movement. Have a tailor take the right size and suggest clothes that are specific to you. Even if you do not buy the clothes, you will have an accurate knowledge of your size when buying clothes later. Watch how to dress up your colleague and use it as a standard. Try to dress at the same level as everyone else in your workplace.

Wear a tie that matches a shirt, pants, or both. Make sure the color you choose is conservative, that is, it does not stand out or draw attention. Tie with a simple design or solid color is the best choice. Avoid ties that are too light-colored or with excessive designs. This can be annoying and unpleasant for some people. Do not tie the tie too short. Set the bottom corner of the tie falling just above the belt. This is a common tie length. Do not worry if you want to use a special or special bond. Generally the bond affects only the length and width of the tie. Any kind of bond will fit in a formal business.

Wear formal trousers with conservative colors. Among them are black, gray, or dark blue. Pieces of pants usually consist of traditional pieces, straight pants, or slim pieces. Traditional pieces are usually wider around the thighs, shrinking from the legs to folds of stitches. Straight flat trousers on the back and thighs. Slim pieces fit around the legs. Again, knowing the shape of the body will help you choose the appropriate piece of pants.