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Business Dress – Men

Business Dress – Men The general dress code guidelines for men during an interview are that they wear suits in navy blue or dark blue. This is preferred over gray or charcoal gray. Sometimes brown can be acceptable but not

Work Uniforms: Dress Better Than The Rest

Work Uniforms: Dress Better Than The Rest Whether you spend your days knocking door to door selling insurance policies or cosmetics, or wiggle under cars changing drippy oils and fluids, looking your best with a hot to trot work uniform

Traditional Dress in Indonesia

Traditional Dress in Indonesia On a daily basis, Indonesian people wear clothes similar to that of the Western style. Most Indonesian men go to work with suits and ties, and on casual occasions would simply wear regular pants and shirts.

Tips fancy dress costumes

Tips fancy dress costumes Sometimes selecting a fancy dress costume can be hard for some people and understanding the options can make the process easier and less stressful. Think outside the box We all love Fancy Dress so think outside

Dress for Success Tips for Men

Dress for Success Tips for Men Are you a male who is looking to dress for success? Dressing for success has a number of benefits. Whether you are interested in dressing for success for an upcoming job interview, an important

Common Mistakes Made By Those Looking to Dress for Success

Common Mistakes Made By Those Looking to Dress for Success Are you interested in improving your appearance? If you are, you are not alone. In the United States, a large number of men and women wish that they were taken

How to Dress the Groom For a Beach Wedding

Men will never admit to “wanting to look good” and just say “whatever feels comfortable” when asked what they want to wear. They want to look good, too, but will never attempt to upstage the women in their lives. Another

Outsize Men Clothing – Big Men Have the Right to Dress Nice Too

Despite all the media and mass communication that globalization brings us, sometimes people decide to focus only on the reality of a minority. Actors in the movies, fashion models in advertising, and television hosts seem to suggest that the only