attire for men
--By Eric huang Translated
by Sho Huang
It's essential for the 21st century
man to dress appropriately and stylishly, as knowing
what to wear will not only will help you present yourself
professionally but also give you a competitive edge
in the working world and smooth your social relationships.
1. Formal and
For formal occasions, such as working at the office
or formal parties, black and gray suits are more appropriate.
Casual occasions, such as lunch meetings, weekend leisure
activities, call for neutral or brighter-colored shirts
that fulfill the demands of fashion and convenience.
2. A variation of shirts
As it's hard to change the look of suits and pants,
the color and style your shirt plays an important role.
White shirts go well with every color and it's recommended
that you change your shirt each day to present a more
professional image. Plain, striped and plaid shirts
are also top choices.
3. Pick the right suits
Young people can go for simple but stylish pants. However,
pants with pleats might be a better choice for those
who have a bit of beer belly. Pleats help divert attention
from the belly.
Three-buttoned suits present a classic, mature look
for all men. When wearing one, be sure you always button
up the top buttons, but not the bottom one.
To add to personal charm to your ensemble, stylish belts
and bright-patterned neckties all suit young men very
well. Cuff links and/or handkerchief can also bring
out a bit of glamour in your outfit.
Eric Huang is the G2000 fashion retail
chain sales department vice manager for central and