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Avoid These Men’s Office Fashion Mistakes

Fitted Shoulders

When you shoulders fit correctly, the whole outfit falls into place. Unlike when you were younger, as an adult you’re unfortunately not going to grow into any of your ill-fitting clothing. Too tight clothing make you look like you’re wearing your son’s clothes. The best thing to do would be to have your shirts and coats tailored or at least get them altered to fit properly.

Creased shirts

Men’s long sleeve shirts require proper care, without which they end up creased and wrinkled. Wearing a creased shirt to work (or anywhere) will instantly make you look sloppy and unprofessional. A properly ironed shirt gives the impression that you care about your clothes and your appearance. Make use of that iron, please.

Too long trousers

As a general rule, trousers should fall neatly till your ankles, just short of the top of your shoes. Any longer, and you’ll look like you’re wearing somebody else’s pants, which will, again, make you look sloppy and unprofessional. Trousers sizes vary a lot, so if you fail to find one that’s just right for you, get one tailored or at least altered to your size.

White socks with dress shoes

Your socks are more visible than you think they are. Whether you’re sitting cross-legged or putting your feet up, your socks peep out and show. Imagine the embarrassment if you’re caught wearing white socks with your patent Oxfords. White socks are acceptable only if you into any sporting activities. For formal occasions, invest in a pair of black, brown, or navy socks, or if you like, go ahead and choose colourful stripes or patterns. Anything but white.

Wrong necktie length

When you’re buying online long sleeve shirts for office, you must also need a necktie. But you stand a chance to potentially ruin your look with the wrong tie length. Your necktie should reach the top of your trouser belt buckle. That’s the only proper length of a necktie. Anything else is incorrect. Yes, you might have to scour harder to find the perfect sized necktie.

Scruffy shoes

You’d be surprised to know just how many men neglect their shoes when it comes to their appearance. Shoes that are worn out, unpolished, stained or creased give out a very wrong impression. No matter what material your shoes are made of, they need care, maintenance, and conditioning to be able to last long and look presentable.