As we know first impression is the last impression.
Your attire speaks before you. You should dress up in formal manner.
Men should wear a well-tailored suit in traditional colors such as navy blue, charcoal gray or black, in solid or subtle stripe patterns (e.g., pinstripe). The shirt needs to be a long-sleeve and button-down, preferably in a solid color such as
white or a light blue. The tie can have a small print or color; however, its overall appearance should be conservative.
Socks need to be a dark solid or a small pattern. Shoes need to be leather, and in a wing tip or loafer style. Socks should be matched with colorís paint.
Women should wear a well-tailored suit in colors such as navy blue, charcoal gray or black. Possible shades of green,
maroon or purple can be worn if the color goes well with skin and hair coloring, but be cautious of wearing non-neutral
color pallets. While more conversation workplaces or industries may still prefer that women wear a dress suit (I. matching suited skirt and blazer), a pants suit is now also appropriate for the majority of settings. Skirt lengths always need to be knee length or slightly below the knee. Blouses should be cotton, silk or a nice looking artificial fiber in a conservative color that goes appropriately with the suit. Wear low to medium leather, heeled shoes. Never wear open toe shoes. Always wear pantyhose (even in the summer!).
Keep hair nice and neat. Keep hair nice and neat. There is no specific hairstyle recommended, only that your hair is clean and well groomed.
Women, wear natural looking makeup that will flatter and compliment, not overpower, your outfit. For men, beards and
other facial hair should be neatly trimmed. Also be aware that some industries and organizations may frown on longhair or facial hair.You should not feel sleepy in the office. Look energetic,
Nails should be clean and manicured. Women do not have to wear nail polish; however, if polish is worn, make sure that
it is a natural, conservative color and not chipping off.
Do not wear perfume or cologne as many people have strong, adverse or even allergic reactions to it.
Wear only a conservative amount of jewelry. Also, wear jewelry that flatters but doesnít overpower. For example, a pair
of stud earrings versus chandelier earrings or a gold or silver band versus a large turquoise ring would be appropriate
Obey the thirteen rule: no more than thirteen accessory pieces Ė this includes accessories such earrings rings or watch, but also accessories we donít typically think about such as buttons on jackets.
20th June 2011 From India, Delhi