Kyle Stewart
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Business Casual

Started this discussion. Last reply by Saxon Nov 30, 2012. 7 Replies

I have to attend a fairly big meeting soon, a first for me, and I need to get some new clothes. It's really on the more casual side of business casual, so I'm not really sure what to even look at. I…Continue

 

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Saxon replied to Kyle Stewart's discussion Business Casual
"If in doubt, fail on the dressier side."
Nov 30, 2012
Penelope replied to Kyle Stewart's discussion Business Casual
"And even after the washer and dryer, professionally pressed clothes are easier to re-press, not just in terms of a remembered ideal, but something of the crease usually remains."
Oct 17, 2012
David F. replied to Kyle Stewart's discussion Business Casual
"Perfect. "
Oct 17, 2012
Anthony Williams replied to Kyle Stewart's discussion Business Casual
"Depends on how much you want to spend.  At the very least, upgrade the pants to slacks or khakis.  The next step up is what JonEdanger described, which will look classy but shouldn't upstage anyone if business casual is the…"
Oct 17, 2012
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Business Casual

I have to attend a fairly big meeting soon, a first for me, and I need to get some new clothes. It's really on the more casual side of business casual, so I'm not really sure what to even look at. I usually wear a polo shirt, jeans and canvas shoes (all black) to work every day, and I'm aiming to be only slightly dressier than that.Any suggestions for shoes/shirts/pants?See More
Oct 17, 2012
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