Whether you’re invited to an industry conference or go on your own, dressing appropriately can make or break your networking experience. With major events, the way you dress speaks to who you are.
So much of our advice is centered around being dressed to the nine’s that sometimes we forget people don’t need to look like a million bucks ALL the time. What if you need to look more casual in your suit? What are ways to turn your work outfit to a party look?
We’re going to talk about ways to make you stand out as a groom getting married, rather than a guest of a groomsmen.
While we’ve touched on patterns in your suit before, we want to take a deeper look at the do’s-and-don’ts of pattern pairing, and how you can use clashing patterns to make your suit look that much more stylish. Here are a few points to keep in mind:
We dedicate a lot of time talking about how to pick the perfect suit for yourself. And while most of the time that’s who you’ll be looking for, some of you who are a bit older may be interested in getting suits for your little guys. Maybe they have to go to a wedding or another special occasion. What do you do when your little guy needs a suit?
If you’re upgrading your work outfit, you can’t just stop with the clothes. You need to make sure what you’re bringing to work looks just as professional. It’s time to ditch the backpack, and pick up one of these accessories to carry your workload in.
Dress shoes, which are an important part of your wardrobe, and can wear away quickly without proper upkeep (particularly if you wear them to work a lot).
We talk a lot about how to expand your wardrobe here at Karako Suits, but we haven’t yet touched on the best ways to ensure your suit stays looking classy for as long as possible. In fact, many people actively do things with their suits that degrade the quality of the outfit faster instead of helping them last. To most men, a suit is an investment, and you want to do whatever you can to make sure your investment lasts a long time.
Hemming is adjusting the length of the pant leg so it comes up to a specific length from a man’s foot. Many times when you buy a suit you will be asked how you want to hem the pants. And most men (at least the first few times they’re asked) don’t really have a clear idea of what they’re picking between.