Having a job that requires a little more seriousness does not mean that you need to go to your workplace dressed like you are going to a funeral. Do not feel obliged to always invest in sober colors and be restricted to suits and ties. The universe of men’s fashion offers numerous options for you to dress with creativity, style and still pass the image of a professional in the know. Want to know how? Check out the #PreparadoPraValer tips:
SWEATING, OVERLAPPING AND OPPOSITION OF TONES
A navy blue sweater is practically mandatory in a man’s wardrobe. Great joker, can be worn with shorts, pants, and of course, at work. Superimposed on a dark shirt, it works great with a pair of contrasting pants(light). But to keep the business aspect, it should be worn with social shoe. With this look, seriousness is guaranteed, and no one will remember tie and jacket.
SUITER AND ECHARPE SUIT
Many men do not like to give up the suit because they feel comfortable, stylish and imposing wearing the composition. However, they find it difficult to create looks that do not require the use of the uncomfortable tie. One tip is to invest in a scarf, kind of scarf that nicely replaces the tie and, combined with a similarly shaped sweater, creates a classic and very, VERY elegant effect. If you have any vision problems, do not think twice about wearing a beautiful dark-framed grade grade sunglasses-which gives the perfect finish.
TICKER, SHIRT AND JEANS
Want to keep wearing your tie and still look cool at the same time? Usually the solution is to wear jeans rather than social, and in choosing the right tie. Choose a print-but nothing fussy-or alternative materials, which convey less formality.
BLAZER, JEANS, NECKLACE AND SWEATER
The occasion is a bit more serious but you do not want to look very formal? Do as the player Juan Mata(see in the gallery) and alie blazer, tape and sweater. In the photo, the Manchester United 8 shirt does the right thing. If you want to sound even more funky, bet on lighter shades for the sweater, and wear jeans instead of cloth.