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Corporate Wear You Can Buy and Flaunt This Winter Season

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Corporate Wear You Can Buy and Flaunt This Winter Season

One can always inspire anyone by wearing something new and in that case, corporate wear is the best and most decent option. With corporate dressing, you can just simply flaunt this upcoming winter season and show yourself in a more attractive way. Some of the corporate wear includes…

Short collared shirts:

A very formal and decent looking short collared shirt would look quite attractive and eye catching under your favorite business suit. This trend will be going on for the coming next many seasons as well because it is a bit different from the regular size collar shirts. So it gives a new look to your personality.

Three piece suits:

Winter’s most used and formal dressing includes the three piece suits which are mostly used in the meetings or in the boardrooms. The waistcoat should be of the same fabric with which the trouser and the blazer Is made so that it gives the same look and symmetry of the fabric should be seen. It’s necessary to wear a full sleeves shirt under the jacket while wearing a three-piece suit.

Slim ties:

Nowadays, the trend has been totally changed in case of wearing ties. Ties are mostly used with the three piece suits or just with collar shirts. Slim ties are very unique as they have a symmetrical shape from top to bottom and they look amazing in different colors.

Short overcoats:

In the past few years, the trend of wearing long coats was seen a lot and people love to wear those detective style coats but now it’s just opposite to that because people tend to buy the short overcoats. Short overcoats in different pattern of fabrics and colors are very attractive.

Double breasted jackets:

Double breasted jackets are actually just made for the tall or lean people who want to look like a bit broad and wants to get a boxy look. These kinds of jackets usually have six or eight buttons usually made of brass or silver. This trend was first started in 1980’s but now this trend has been reinvented in a diverse and unique way.

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Paul Morris

Paul Morris is an entrepreneur, consultant and author. He is an advisor at Xpert Automation, a tech-based business incubator focused on scalable startups, and founder of ContentFy.

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