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The Perfect Business Suit

The Perfect Business Suit

In the days gone by top businesses always had a dress code for office which consisted of a business suit. Today with start-ups dress code for offices has become more casual. You find employees in start-ups with jeans, sneakers, T-shirts, hoodies and turtlenecks. But an entrepreneur, start-up manager or a corporate manager needs to have a business suit in their wardrobe for a press launch, meeting with a prospective business partner or a networking event.

Business Suits Necessary for a Man in Business

Once you are an entrepreneur in business you need to have at least two business suits in your wardrobe that you can use for top business meetings. One of them should be dark blue and the other charcoal grey. The dark blue one can be used for  very formal meetings of the company when you have to represent your company among others.

During the day you can wear the charcoal grey suit with a dark grey shirt or a blue shirt with matching tie and black shoes for a perfect business look. The grey shirt can be changed to cream or white for a business meeting in the late evening.

The Regular Fit for a Businessman

A businessman requires a well-tailored business suit as the representative of a flourishing business house. A blue twill suit with a waist coat is the right one for the occasion. It can be single breasted with two vents in the rear for comfort. Matching dark brown shoes or black shoes will be perfect for everyday business attire.

You can pair your suit with brown oxfords, to wind up your meeting with clients and join your prospective partner on a dinner date.

The Perfect Attire for a Lady in Business

A lady in business too needs to be attired in proper dress when you have to meet clients in business. A pantsuit with pinstripe with a shawl collar is the ideal one for the occasion which can be used for the day as well as for an evening date with business bosses.

Ladies who are not fond of pants can use a pinstripe skirt and jacket with matching shoes so that they are ready for clients in the office as well as an evening out.

If you are a manager of a business the above dress code will take you a long way among entrepreneurs and corporates in business.

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