This jumpsuit is one of my staples for Spring and Summer but I wanted to also wear it as a transition piece for Fall so I put a plain white-tee under it. We were walking downtown and I wanted to be comfortable!
Shirt: Old Navy
Trench coat: Zara
Hat: Old Navy
Shoes: Christian Siriano for Payless
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Making sure you are appropriately dressed for work is key! I understand some jobs call for a suit and tie. While jeans or chinos may be be more appropriate for an IT Desktop Specialist or other types of jobs. Help your man out if he’s wondering what to wear to work
Business Professional/ Professional:
Business Casual/ Casual
If you’re ever in doubt of your dress code remember:
1. Don’t Assume!
Don’t assume jeans are okay if your work environment is Casual.. ASK before you wear a pair to work.
Fit is really important and can make or break a suit. Don’t be afraid to make that trip to the tailor to make sure you looked polished
3. Dress for the Job You Want
I know you have heard of this saying before but it’s true. If you’re not at your dream job, dress like you are. Research suggest that when we look good, we feel good too. That’s noticeable by other people and they might start to hold you to a different standard. Can we say promotion anyone?
I love a man in pastel colors. Here are two tips for helping your man dress in pastel colors:
If your man isn’t comfortable with the idea of pastels, help him start off slowly with a pastel colored pocket square or tie just to ease him into the trend.
Lighter colors tend to augment our shapes (even for men) so if your man has more to love in the middle, help him out by pairing a darker colored shirt and pastel colored shorts or pants.
My husband’s birthday is this week and decided to feature him for this week’s Menswear Monday edition. He is my personal photographer and is responsible for taking most of the photos you see. Happy Birthday!!
Purple can be overwhelming if you are not accustomed to wearing it. If that’s the case, I suggest that you start small. Start with a purple pocket square or tie and then work your way up to a shirt or a pair of chinos. Here are a few of my favorite ways of men wearing purple.
Here’s a snapshot of Fashion Week. Whether men were viewing the show or modeling in the show, we saw a lot of neutral toned clothing. What do you think of neutral colors for Fall?