No, you won’t catch me being ungrateful for a couple of months of perfectly sunny days. And nobody struggles with a casual wardrobe in this weather do they (except the vest wearing, shiny short brigade). Chinos, shorts, polos, linen shirts, driving shoes, sandals… I’m having a field day with the clothes I normally only get out of the wardrobe for holidays. But, what to wear for work? If you normally wear formal business attire - a suit and tie, shoes and socks - what do you do to avoid poaching in your own perspiration when its thirty degrees outside? The most sensible thing to do is to leave a couple of suits, clean pressed shirts, ties, shoes and socks at the office and commute in your shorts (thanks Tim Dawson, Partner, DLA Piper). That way, if your office is airconditioned, you don’t need to pay attention to the weather. Or…
25 Jul 2018
Sun, Suits & Shirts
Ten Tips for a Sunny Day
I don’t complain about the weather.
Firstly, it’s utterly pointless, like complaining about the Kings Cross – Leeds train.
Second, I actually enjoy British weather. I love seasons. Rain is good for the garden. Wind blows the leaves off in Autumn. Snow for fun with the kids. And miserable, damp, grey days just help the sunshine seem even more special.
Third, I love clothes and every season has its wardrobe.