Business Casual – The Dress Code Explained

Business Casual – Introduction

Today we’re talking about an important topic: dress codes. Since I’m running a Men’s magazine, we’re explaining that first, I hope we can talk about the ladies soon. Every now and then, I’m asked how the dress code ‘Business Casual’ works, today I will explain you how to do it. Usually, the term ‘Business Casual’ is written on an invite after a business day – which means your most likely attending a business event. The easier my solution – but we will explain later.

Of course, the dress code business casual allows a lot of room of interpretation. It’s after a tough working day? Why not an easy solution?

The good thing about business casual, it works the same way in every season – wearing a suit is always possible! Dependent on temperature, just the fabric changes. Doesn’t make sense to wear linen during Winter and tweed in Summer?

Pictures & Rights by Sebastien Rohner

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Business Casual – Remove Your Tie!

You’re running around in a suit the whole day? Anyway tired, up for a drink and a chat with your colleagues? The tie looks classy but it’s not always comfortable. Event though the dress code business casual is often mixed up with smart casual, I do have a separate solution here:

Remove Your Tie!

Sounds too simple? Dependent on what suit you’re wearing, you can also get rid of the belt. The advantage of all this: you don’t have to run home to change clothes.

Basically, you can use components from the dress code smart casual. But I do believe, the dress code business casual is a bit more classy. It’s less colors and sneakers and more of an understatement. Whilst smart casual can be pretty trendy and fashionable, I would recommend to go for an easygoing but still classy style here.

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Still questions? We’re happy to help and to explain. Send us your inquires!

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  1. Huzaifa
    Huzaifa says:

    Nice Post! Thanks for the sharing such a nice information. Keep up the best.
    Actually there is no proper definition of the word “Business casual”. Rather,this word is defined relatively. Business casual has various definitions with respect to various companies and their codes of conduct. However there are some specific kind of dresses that are universally accepted to be included in business casual.

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