Clothes you should never Wear: DO’S AND DON’TS

It is not necessary to have social obligations to feel good about your appearance. You can dress up for the mere fact that it makes you feel some kind of joy. The cases when we put a lot of thought into our outfits are, however, more often than not, large events with explicit dress standards. In the best outcome, we’re dressing for both of these reasons: to raise our selfesteem and to appear situationally suitable.

Even yet, determining what is appropriate might be difficult. The dress code may be implicit, and even when it is stated, the vocabulary can be difficult to comprehend. That’s why we’ve laid it all out for you below.

Casual

It is not necessary for you to dress up. Sneakers, jeans, and T-shirts are all permitted, if not encouraged.

Where:
BBQs and housewarming celebrations are examples of friendly gatherings. Dinner outings that aren’t formal.

Do’s:
T-shirt with jeans, Khakis, modest shorts, day dresses, and skirts are all good options.

Don’t:
Graphic Tees, anything stained, uncomfortable clothing. [someone above sixteen shouldn’t be wearing this].

Dressy Casual

Dressy casual suggests that you don’t have to dress professionally, but that genuine casual isn’t acceptable for the situation.

Where:
The very first date or nights out spent with friends (unless the dress code is explicit).

Do’s:
Dress, buttoned down shirt, blouse, dark denim, blue denim (lol yes they’re very different things), and jumpsuit.

Don’t:
Sneakers (the type you’d wear to the gym), shorts.

Formal

You are trying to look sharp, don’t forget you may be meeting really important people.

Where:
Workplace and related events. Mixers for networking, interviews for jobs, Conferences.

Do’s:
Sheath dress, pencil skirt, black suit, formal shoes and heels (very important).

Don’t:
Sneakers, jeans, flashy clothes.

Cocktails

Anything semi-formal usually resides here, you can be a little more expressive too.

Where:
Weddings, fundraisers, and dinners.

Do’s:
Dresses, blazers, dressy shirts and of course Heels.

Don’t:
Mini skirts, tight clothes (it’s for your good, be comfortable), jeans, plain attires (you need to stand out girl, be expressive!)

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