Whether we like or not, first impressions do make a difference, thus wearing the wrong type of attire may spoil the first impression. When it comes to get-togethers, reunions and social events, it always seems like there is a great number of dress codes. Let’s make the meaning plain, dress code is a set of rules of what isn’t and is appropriate to wear to various social events.
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If you’ve been invited to a pompous social event with a dress code or you’re organizing this event, you should be well aware of some peculiarities of formal dress code. The first thing is to start with, formal dress code is dramatically misunderstood by modern society. And by saying it, we mean that formal outfit doesn’t always mean wearing a tuxedo with a tie. But in most cases, it usually does.
In case of the most dress-up occasion of all you’re expected to wear a short or waist length black tailcoat, white bowtie, starched white shirt and a cummerbund(it’s up to you), sport high-quality black pants or another variant - a white tie and vest with a tuxedo - this attire speaks for itself - a man with a class.
When to wear: governmental ceremonies, the opera, the theatre, charity fundraisers and so on.
A dark suit or a tuxedo without tails is preferred. Bow tie with or without a vest and a cummerbund.
When to wear: political dinner parties, weddings, social highbrow events.
Dark suit, coat and a tie are preferred. Dark jeans paired with a jacket with a tie is either good.
When to wear: cocktails, parties
Gray morning coat, grey or black stripped trousers, grey double breasted vest, grey long tie, white boutonniere, grey top hat, spats, cufflinks and studs. Black dinner jacket or white in summer, black trousers, black vest, black bowtie, white silky scarf, gold cufflinks and studs.
When to wear: weddings, theatre opening nights, and other related social events.
Business or so called corporate casual
Suit or sport jacket, and/or a sweater, and an optional tie. This is what you’d wear to a company party (birthday, holiday, festivity, engagement, homecoming party, retirement and so on). This fabric may be less dressy, but you will have slightly relaxed the look, but you’re still there for business.
When to wear: birthday parties, daily work meetings, business lunch meetings.
Country club, resort casual, casual chic
As if you’re invited to a private country club for lunch or dinner. Wear an open-necked or polo shirt, paired with khakis. Accessorize it with leather shoes and a belt. Sweaters or polo jackets are also preferred.
When to wear: off-site seminar, dinner at a restaurant, a party at a friend’s home, country club and so on.
This is where common sense comes in. Usually anything goes with a casual outfit, but if you want to make a good impression, please leave your sweat pants and skimpy clothes for another occasion. It’s quite optional for dressy trousers, paired with a collared shirt and loafers.
When to wear: meetings with friends, walks
So called the outdoor look. It’s when you’re planning to spend a weekend at home, and order some takeaway food. Sounds rather cozy. You may wear a t-shirt of any color, comfy pants, trainers and a jacket.
When to wear: football match, walk downtown, pub and other related places.
Saturday casual or leisure
That’s what you wear on weekends. Usually go shopping or doing the laundering, when there is no risk of bumping into human beings.
When to wear: at home
Remember that there is a strange power in clothing and what is more, clothing speaks for itself. And your own style is a good way to say who you really are, but actually without saying it. How you represent yourself is how people first view you. And you will never get a second chance to make a first impression, so remind yourself of our friendly pieces of advice.
Keep in mind - you should be two things - classy and fabulous.