So here I am sipping on some Green Tea in my green shirt, sitting next to my girls in green and I can’t help but to think, “We look damn good in matching colours.”
I’ve noticed that in my office it seems that somehow we are able match our outfits. This happens quite often with both the men and women around the office. It’s not like we send out memos or anything, so I find it interesting that it happens as frequently as it does. I’ve noticed as many as 7 people matching in one day.
If anything, our colour co-ordination gives us plenty to laugh about over our breaks. Yesterday half of the office was wearing either blue & white or purple, once again there was no dress code needed for “National Bieber Day” as we started calling it.
Speaking of Green Tea, I need to get myself another cup, this is some good shit.
Categories: Fashion & Style, Stories & Rants
Tags: coordination, fashion, friends, fun, green, memo, morale, office, postaweek2011, Stephen Quammie, style
Swiss bank UBS AG is revising its dress code after getting roundly mocked for suggesting employees wear skin-coloured underwear and avoid garlic breath.
The bank said Monday it is whittling down its 44-page style guide to a more modest booklet that will concentrate on how to impress customers with a polished presence and sense of Swiss precision and decorum.
via Swiss bank UBS trims much-mocked employee dress code – Yahoo! News.
Finding your own style can take years, even decades. It’s a process of trial and error that can be both fun and frustrating. We have all bought things that look great in a department store but decidedly dodgy at home…
via Finding your own style | Maketh the Man.
Does this sloppiness in men’s work attire indicate that we need to return to the days of strictly enforced dress codes? Perhaps not. Dressing smartly is more a reflection of how we feel about ourselves and how we want to be perceived by others.
Doing away with business casual | Maketh the Man.