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Dress Code

To get ahead and stay ahead in any career, pay attention to your workplace image as it is a powerful communicator.  The nonverbal messages your image sends can work in your behalf, or they can work against you.  Your clothing is a primary component of your image and is a potent communicator. Your apparel can signal that you are a leader with winning potential, or it can scream that you’re a loser.  If your clothing is waving the loser flag, you have to work extra hard to command respect and inspire trust.

 

Dress Code For Men:

  • Long-sleeved shirt and dark slacks. White is still the safest and the best color or shirts. The color is also appropriate for our tropical weather. Also acceptable: pale shades such as beige, blue, and other pastels. Tuck in the shirt and do not roll up the sleeves. Never wear a short-sleeved shirt to an interview or any business purpose. Wearing a short-sleeved shirt will destroy executive image.
  • Ties. Optional. But if you do wear one, choose a conservative pattern. Solids, small polka dots, diagonal stripes, small repeating shapes, subtle plaids and paisleys are all acceptable.
  • Belts. Belts should match your shoes. Those with smaller buckles with squared lines look more professional.
  • Socks. Black socks are the best, followed by blue or gray, depending on your attire. Never wear white socks! Check your sock length, too-no skin should show when you sit down or cross your legs.
  • Shoes. Black or burgundy leather shoes with laces on them, because tassel loafers are very casuals. Other suitable colors are brown, cordovan and navy.
  • Hair. Keep neat, short and preferably parted on the side. And shave off all those facial hair. Jewellery: Wear no or little jewellery. The watch and wedding ring are the only acceptable pieces of jewellery to go with the male attire. Thin gold or leather-strapped watches look professional but not digital watches. Also, avoid political or religious insignias, necklaces or bracelets. Definitely no pierced body parts, and cover up your tattoos!
  • Accessories. As much as possible, use leather briefcases or folders to hold copies of your resume. Use narrow briefcasnes and avoid plastic folders and plastic ball pens as they are out of place.

Dress Code For Women:

  • Three-piece business suits, blouse and skirt or slacks, and cardigan twin-sets. Sleeveless shirts should be rejected Short-Sleeved blouses are okay when they are tailor-cut or have features such as sports collar or double breast design to create a business-like look. Skirts can either be long provided it does not create a Cinderella or barn-dance look or short where it fails no shorter than two inches from the knee. Nothing too revealing, please!
  • Shoes. Closed shoes or pumps with at least 1 1/2-inch heels suggest a more professional look. Dark colors are best.
  • Hair. Hair longer than shoulder length should be worn up or pulled back. Don't let it fall in front of your face and don't keep trying to fix it during the interview. Avoid large hair ornaments and trendy hairstyle.
  • Make Up. Be subtle; natural is the key word. Light shades of lip coloring and nail polish are recommended. Jewellery. Be conservative. Studs of gold, silver or pearls are best. Do away with gaudy fashion jewellery, and those that clank and make noise when one moves.
  • Accessories. Folders and bags should blend well with the total professional look. Women should match their purse with their shoe color.
  • Jewellery. Wear no or little jewellery. The watch and wedding ring are the only acceptable pieces of jewellery to go with the male attire. Thin gold or leather-strapped watches look professional but not digital watches. Also, avoid political or religious insignias, necklaces or bracelets. Definitely no pierced body parts, and cover up your tattoos!
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