Don't confuse club attire with business attire. If you would wear it to a club, you probably shouldn't wear it in a business environment. Also, most attire worn on television is not appropriate for business environments. Don't be deluded.
Pants / skirts:
Women can wear casual pants or skirts. Neither should be tight. Fabrics should be crisp; colors should generally be solid; navy, black, gray, brown and khaki are always safe bets. For the most business-like appearance, pants should be creased and tailored; neither extreme of tight or flowing. If you are pursuing a conservative industry and are in doubt, observe well-dressed women in your industry on the job, at career fairs, at information sessions, etc.
Skirt length and slits:
Your skirt should come at least to your knees while you are standing. While you are seated, your thighs should be covered. If your skirt comes to just below the knee, a slit to just above the knee might be acceptable. A very long skirt should not be slit to above the knee. Generally slits in the center back of a skirt to facilitate walking a stair climbing are acceptable. Slits to facilitate a view of your legs are not appropriate for business purposes. Slips should not be visible.
Shirt / sweaters:
In addition to tailored shirts or blouses, tailored knit sweaters and sweater sets are appropriate business casual choices for women. Cotton, silk, and blends are appropriate. Velvets and shimmery fabrics suitable for parties are not appropriate. Fit should not be tight. Cleavage is not appropriate to business and job search occasions.
Jewelry / accessories:
Wear a conservative watch. Jewelry and scarf styles come and go. Keep your choices simple and leaning toward conservative. Avoid extremes of style and color. If your industry is creative, you may have more flexibility than someone pursuing a conservative industry.
Keep makeup conservative and natural looking. A little is usually better than none for a polished look. Nails should be clean and well groomed. Avoid extremes of nail length and polish color, especially in conservative industries.
Should be leather or fabric / microfiber. Appropriate colors are black, navy and brown (to coordinate with your other attire and accessories); white and pastels are not appropriate. For the most conservative look, toes should be covered. Sandals which are neither extremely dressy or extremely casual might be appropriate. Thin straps and high heels are not appropriate. Chunky heels and platforms are not appropriate. Make certain you can walk comfortably in your shoes; hobbling around a job fair in shoes that are pinching your feet does not convey a professional image.
Not essential for business casual, but are recommended if your skirt is knee length (rather than calf length) and in more formal environments such as hotels.
Purse / bag:
If you carry a purse, keep it small and simple, or carry a small briefcase or business-like tote bag in place of a purse. A structured bag tends to look more professional that something soft or floppy. Purse/bag color should coordinate with your shoes. A briefcase is certainly not necessary for most business casual events. Leather, microfiber and fine wovens are appropriate. Canvas and straw are not appropriate.
Appropriate business attire for women can be casual attire such as slacks, sweaters, and long or short sleeve shirts. For more formal attire women can wear pant suits or dress suits.
== == == == Blue jeans & White shirt Business casual attire is commonly known as relaxed, yet professional attire. Instead of a wardrobe filled with suits and stiffly starched shirts business casual attire was originally defined as a button down shirt and slacks for men, and a skirt and blouse for women. Business casual attire varies based upon the rules of the company and the industry.
Business casual attire is a step down from the original suit and tie. Men wear nice pants but no tie, just an open shirt. Women can wear pants or skirts with nice blouses.
Guidelines for business casual attire can sometimes vary from business to business. But a generic dress would be nice casual pants (not jeans) for men and either a polo type shirt or button shirt. T-shirt are usually not acceptable. For ladies, skirts/dresses or dress pants would be considered casual attire. Again, no jeans.
Smart casual attire for men means wearing informal but neat attire. It is not as dressy as formal attire but a step up from business casual. The attire includes shirts with collars, jeans or khaki trousers, and loafers or other closed shoes.
Western casual attire is anything worn as leisure clothing by people living in the western hemisphere. The attire usually includes, jeans, tennis shoes or sandals, and a shirt or casual blouse for women.
Casual business attire usually consists of smart but casual clothing. This includes slacks, pants and suit pants but not jeans. Skirts should be split at or below the knee. Plain casual shirts and tops can also be worn.
A business professional can wear either one of two styles of attire. They can wear either business attire or business casual attire. It really depends on the atmosphere of a specific business.
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Casual attire is something that is not formal, such as jeans and a comfortable top.
Business attire? I guess it's not different from the American or English one. *shrug*
Business casual attire can include a sport coat in navy or dark grey, a button town shirt open at the neck and navy or grey trousers. Ties are not a requirement. Shoes should be leather and have no scuffs.