What actually is a dress for your day policy? Dress for your day is a fairly self explanatory term: wear the appropriate type of clothing for the schedule of your day. If the dress code for an average day at the office is business casual, then appropriate might mean a pair of dark indigo jeans, oxford shirt, tasselled loafers and an unstructured sports jacket or blazer. If the average client at this self-same office tends to dress formally and you’re expecting a visit from them on the next day, then appropriate clothing for yourself - if not the entire office - may well need to shift to formal dress. This could easily range from a pale grey, soft-tailored two piece to three pieces of double breasted, pinstriped glory - it really does depend. Its safe to say that client facing roles can expect to find themselves on the more formal…
29 Aug 2019
Dress for your day – Bye bye to bespoke?
Why smart casual workwear shouldn’t rule out tailoring
Okay, I understand. Its 2019. Fashions change. Trends shift. What was once compulsory office attire might now be considered overdressing. And whether you’re a high street retailer or an advertising agency, everyone conforms eventually. So with the increasingly popular term ‘dress for your day’ being thrown around more than ever, I wanted to break down what it actually means and the position bespoke tailoring has in a more casual work dress-code.