Business casual attire refers to clothes workers wear in order to obey the vaguely defined business casual style code which has been adopted by many companies.
Definition of Business casual attire
Business casual attire refers to clothes workers wear in order to obey the vaguely defined business casual style code which has been adopted by many companies. The objective of a business casual style is to look neat and well-groomed but relaxed and comfortable.
Basic guidelines for business casual attire
Women wear a combination of a skirt or dress slacks, blouses, sweaters, twinsets, jackets with closed toe shoes.
- Khaki, corduroy, twill, or cotton pants or skirts Sweaters, twinsets, cardigans, polo/knit shirts
- A sheath dress
- Solid, dark colors
Men wear dress slacks, business shirts with or without a tie, dark socks, and dress shoes.
- Khaki, gabardine, wool, or cotton pants, neatly pressed
- Cotton long-sleeved button-down shirts, pressed
- Leather shoes and belt
- Tie optional
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