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What Do You on the first day go to office

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What I can wear on the first day go to office? Can you give me some advice
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Cher replied 7 years ago.
Hello again,Customer

If you are a woman, it would be appropriate to dress in a skirt and matching jacket or blazer, with a button down blouse in a complementary color or another top, with a higher neckline. The skirt should not be too short; just above your knees or just below your knees. You can also pair pants with a matching jacket, but this would depend upon the particular job and type of company/office you're working in. You don't have to wear a jacket with the skirt or pants, but your top should not be too low cut (no cleavage showing) and the colors should not be too bright. You can also choose to wear a stylish dress at a conservative length, with short or long sleeves depending upon the season, nude (clear) stockings and fashionable shoes with a moderate heel, to match your outfit. No sandals or flip-flops (beach shoes).

If you are a man, a business suit or dress pants and a button down dress shirt with a tie, would be appropriate. Again, it depends on the type of office and how dressy or casual it is. Also, it would depend if you will be in contact with customers or not.

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Edited by Cher on 2/22/2010 at 7:39 PM EST
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