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    What should be the dress code during official parties?

    I am a fresher who has joined a MNC last year. The company organizes an annual function every year in which all the delegates in touch with the companies come. Various plans and promotion talks are done in it. I have to attend this year. I am confused about the dress code that I should follow for it. Can anyone please help.

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    abrocks Array
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    Re: What should be the dress code during official parties?

    Hi buddy

    The basic rule in all such official parties is to wear formal clothes and I am sure you are aware of the same. You should try to understand that the higher officials of your company will definitely note your demeanour and your clothes as well. So you have to present yourself in a proper manner be it your clothes , shoes or hair. If the company has shortlisted you as one of the candidates for promotion they definitely would have their eyes on you and thus would definitely judge you.

    Of course your performance should do most of the talking but as you know that these things like dress sense, looks , communicatin skills are equally important. So as for your clothes you should wear a formal pant shirt preferably white shirt and black pant and a coat can also be added depending upon the season. You should neatly comb your hair in a proper manner and also polish your shoes properly. And don't forget to wear a Tie as that makes you look more gentlemanly. The other choices for shirt colours can be blue, grey etc.

    So friend you can also consult your family and colleagues about this. Just be cool and confident and I am sure you will defkinitely have a good time. Good luck

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    savneybillford Array
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    Re: What should be the dress code during official parties?

    Dear guest,
    I must say, since you are going to attend a formal function organised by your company, it is necessary for you to know that only formal dressings are invited for a formal type of a party. So you better wear up a decent formal dressing. You can choose to wear a lite coloured shirt, preferred white. And since its a formal function, and if you want to add colours, then its a good idea to have a white shirt with thin blue lines. A dark black pant, black pant and shiny polished shoes. A good hair style is also a good idea.

    If that is not the case then I must say to you that nothing suits a man other than a suit. A good blazer without any lines, a dark one with a white shirt and a black tie to go with it. A smart attitude like look is guaranteed with it..
    Nothing suits a guy more than a suit.

    Good luck.

    Than you....



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    Sai Deep Array
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    Re: What should be the dress code during official parties?

    Hi
    If it is an official party then you should not take it casually as all the important client and members will be attending this pary.
    Try to keep your dressings formal.
    Do not wear something too flashy.
    wear something classic yet elegant.
    You can wear a bussiness suit.
    Keep smiling as your dressing s incomplete without your smile.

    Thank you

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