Dress for Different Occasions

Dress for Different Occasions

Dress for Different Occasions
     Hello, friends what's up, hope you are all well. In this article, I am going to discuss the dress code for different occasions. 
     There will be many meetings taking place in college and the different engagements may require different attire! So various dress code for different occasions are : 

          Business Casual


          Business attire


Casual : 

     Appropriate for wear or use on informal occasions; not dressy; casual clothes; casual wear, jeans, t-shirts, etc.
Dress for Different Occasions

Dress for Different Occasions

Formal : 

     Designed for wear or use at occasions or events marked by elaborate ceremony or prescribed social observance; The formal attire includes tuxedos and full-length gowns.

Dress for Different Occasions

Dress for Different Occasions

Semi-formal : 

     For women, semi-formal attire is somewhat flexible. The woman can wear a dress, pantsuit or dress suit. Preferred fabrics for semi-formal attire for women include silk, velvet, rayon, cashmere, high-quality polyester brocades or velour. Usually, anything silky goes. Except for cashmere, a wool business suit is not considered semi-formal attire since it is not dressy enough.

Dress for Different Occasions

        Hem lengths in semi-formal attire dresses vary. Dresses can be cocktail dresses, no more than an inch above the knee, or they can extend to the ankle. Dress suits, for example, a silk suit, usually has a hem length slightly above, at or below the knee. pants, suits, again in silk, polyester or cashmere, tend to be worn at the ankle. One can also wear dressy tops and tuxedo pants made out of appropriate fabrics and still fit into the semi-formal attire group.

          For men, semi-formal attire means wearing a full suit, with vest optional. A tie , either bow or straight, should be worn, and the shirt should be a simple button-down. Suit fabric choices are primarily wool gabardine or cashmere. However, a wool blend will do. Linen or seersucker suits are not formal enough for semi-formal attire. Dress shoes like oxfords are worn. It is not necessary to wear a tuxedo, and one might be considered a bit overdressed for a semi-formal event showing up in a tux.

Business Casual :

     While ties are usually not required for men, high-level business casual includes suits worn with dressy sport shirts or fine gauge knits and tailored separates, such as dress trousers, dressy collared sport shirts that do not require a tie, fine a knit shirts and sweaters, as well as sport coats. Low-level business casual includes khakis, chinos, and knit golf shirt. To command respect, wear all leather belts and shoes; sandals and sneakers do not meet a true business casual standard.

   For women, business casual includes pant-suits, tailored separates, such as skirts, slacks, blouses, sweaters, jackets, etc. A complete accessorized look is encouraged, including closed-toe/ closed-heel shoes or slingbacks to maximize the businesslike aspect.

Dress for Different Occasions

Dress for Different Occasions

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   That's it. I hope now you will understand and you have an idea about the dress-code for different occasions. So friends how is this blog, please know in the comment box and if you like this article then please share it with your friends.

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