In this competitive job market the slightest detail may be the difference between landing or losing a job. First impressions leave a lasting impression with that said; presentation is everything! Before you are even allowed to say a word you are being analyzed from the color of your suit to the way it fits. In every setting it is the #OpulentWay to make your presence felt. Whether you’re in the board room or enjoying your time at the local happy hour it is important to always exude class and confidence. Here’s Our official guide on mastering the suit: the styles you need, the fit you want and some tips & tricks on how to put it all together by CHADRAN STYLES. So, Its Just One Question #AreYouVSOP
1. Your socks should be long enough that there’s no exposed leg when sitting down.
Socks do way more than just keep your feet warm, they’re a great way to pull your overall look together. Match your socks with your button up or tie, or go fun and funky for a casual look. Go with bold patterns, unique color combinations or festive socks to highlight your personality. Step out of your comfort zone and let your style shine through.
2. Double vents located in the back are both modern & fashionable.
This look is practical and flattering on larger figures, yes big boys are stylish too. So cut those threads and be free.
3. Sleeve cuffs should be exposed about half an inch.
Think of that inch as your measure of attaining success; you’re that close from being where you want to be.
4. Always unbutton your suit before sitting down, or you’ll risk ruining it.
The material of the jacket will pull, causing your jacket to lose shape. Plus your posture and presence will just scream #Opulence.
5. Your tie should always be darker than your dress shirt.
A lot of men get this one wrong in attempt of being fashion forward. At the end of the day confidence is key in wearing anything; however there’s your way and the right way.
6. Your tie should BARELY reach the waistband of your trousers, or slightly shorter.
Yes, length matters: When standing, the tip of the tie should fall within the button of your trousers. Presentation is everything, and nothing says “I don’t know what I’m doing” more than a very short or overly long tie. Your presence should say I’ve been here before while your actions scream I’m hungry for more.
7. Your belt should be fairly thin & the same color as your shoes.
There is major flexibility to this rule. Have fun and play around with belts with texture, patterns and color. Just don’t wear a brown belt with black shoes, or vice versa and you should be fine. Let your creativity shine through, just remember there is a time to be creative and a time to be professional.