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Dressing sense


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The Presentation will lead you to know about the dressing standards in office and casual life.
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Dressing sense

  1. 1. Soft Skills Presentation Dressing Sense Presented By_ Pratik Tamgadge
  2. 2. Contents • What is Dressing Sense? • Variance in Dressing • Do’s and Don'ts while Dressing Yourself 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 2
  3. 3. What is Dressing Sense? • A Dressing Sense is nothing but common understanding of what to be worn in different kinds of environments and ambience. • The classification of these dressings basically depends upon the formality and the times of the day. • More specifically, the dressing sense changes intuitively and also due to nationality. • At more formal events , dress codes are specified. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 3
  4. 4. Variance in Dressing 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 4 • Formal – Formals are general terms for clothing worn for formal social events.  Events like Wedding, School, College, Organization etc. • Semi-Formal – Semi formals refers to Black tail coat with formal ,either stripped or checkered trousers.  Worn in evenings, Theatre nights etc. • Informal – This refers to Everyday Wear.  Worn on social occasions , everyday life.
  5. 5. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 5 • Suit- The suit is the single most important garment worn by a business professional . • Shirt-The shirt must be white ,grey or light colored. • Trouser- Trouser must be well stitched and properly pressed and matched with shirt. Formal Dressing
  6. 6. Formal Dressing CONTD. • Tie-A suit must always go with a lively colored tie. • Shoes-Black leather polished oxford style shoes are indispensable . • Socks- Socks must be clean and color coordinated. • Accessories-Attention must be paid to subtle ,quality accessories such as belts, watches. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 6
  7. 7. For Women • Saree is the most elegant wear. • Be careful about nails, hands, toes and heels. • Always wear smart formal or semiformal outfits. • Style your hair in smart yet simple hairdos. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 7
  8. 8. Semi -Formal • This combination is a less formal version of Morning Dress. • Features a longer, cutaway Morning Coat. • The definition of semi-formal attire can be somewhat flexible. • For men, semi-formal attire means wearing a full suit, with vest optional. • For women, a relatively wide variety of clothing can be considered semi-formal attire. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 8
  9. 9. Informal Dressing • Informal attire consists of, for men, a suit, the main components of which are a pair of Trouser with a matching jacket. • It is referred as everyday wear. • Informal attire is today considered a conservative form of dress. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 9
  10. 10. Do’s and Don’ts • Success is in the Details! • Personal Appearance • Appearance is Everything 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 10
  11. 11. Success is in the Details! • Clean and polished conservative dress shoes. • Minimal or no cologne or perfume. • Minimal jewelry. • No visible body piercing beyond conservative ear piercing for women. • No gum, candy, or other objects in your mouth. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 11
  12. 12. Appearance is everything! • Well-groomed hairstyle . • Your facial hair should be neatly trimmed. • Tie , Belt and Socks should be as per the color of your suit. • Cleaned and trimmed fingernails . • Well-brushed teeth and fresh breath. • No body odor. • Make-up should be minimal. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 12
  13. 13. That’s what it should be… 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 13
  14. 14. And for men… 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 14
  15. 15. Semi-Formal 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 15
  16. 16. Informal 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 16
  17. 17. 9/4/2013 Soft Skills 17 Thank You!