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February 17, 2016

Dress Codes

Category: General – Tags: , – admin – 4:49 pm

Dress Code (English dress code – dress code) – dress code required when visiting certain activities, organizations and institutions. Organizations are paying special attention to the dress code during the events associated with the adoption of important solutions (eg business negotiations), and the success of which, including may affect the appearance of employees. Often also regulated by the dress code for staff working in the office, and a list of unacceptable clothing (Example: shorts, "tops", decollete gown, slippers, sneakers). The most rigorous corporate dress code can be found at banks and restaurants. Types of codes * Court dress – court dress, dictated by the appropriate court. * Formal (Full formal, Full dress, Formal attire) – women's ball gowns, the men the day Morning dress – bright (except for funerals), coat or suit with white waistcoat and tie, evening White tie – black tailcoat with a white bow tie. * Semi-formal (Smoking, Le Smoking) – cocktail dresses for women (Preferably daytime) or dresses (preferably at night), men with a dark tuxedo bow tie (during the day may be required Stroller – slightly less formal kind of Morning dress).

* Informal (Cocktail (old-style) or Business attire) – business suits. * Smart casual (Business casual (old-style), Cocktail (new style), Executive Casual, Corporate Casual) – women's slacks, jeans or a skirt with a blouse or turtleneck, a fashionable belt are allowed, coat, jacket or sweater, depending on the overall style boots or shoes with heels on his boots on average pantyhose, stockings or socks. Valid jewelry such as earrings, but they, like everyone else, should be in harmony with the rest of costume. Men trousers (sometimes jeans) and shirts with long sleeves (can no tie), free shoes, moccasin type, wrapped in socks to be worn with a suit, a belt is required. Can blazer (no jacket).

* Business casual (Dressy, Resort Casual, Country Club, Casual chic, Semi-casual, Neat casual) – women's capri pants, long shorts or pants fabric (usually jeans or pants of heavy denim) with positive; men shirt or polo and cotton pants with a belt and shoes free shod in socks. History The term "dress code" originally appeared in the UK but has spread rapidly around the world. Used for Regulations refer to the clothes, which shows the man belongs to a particular professional group. The dress code is a continuation of the firm's corporate culture and an important part of its brand. As stated that you would expect the appearance of the employee plays an important role in the customer's confidence in the firm as a whole, shows the state of affairs in the company, shows respect for our business partners and customers. Requirements for clothes employee may be specified in detail the employment contract, for violation of the sanctions can be provided.

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