Boardroom

Basic Business

Executive Casual

Mainstream Casual

Attire

Dark suit, subtle pattern
▪ Primarily white/blue long sleeve shirt; pink and yellow also appropriate, button-down collar discouraged
▪ Traditional pattern silk necktie
▪ Dark socks, belt and plain or cap-toe leather shoe


Recommended Occasions

▪ First meetings with potential clients or referral sources
▪ Court appearances
▪ Subsequent meetings with upscale clients
▪ Presentations at seminars and public events


Attire

▪ Suit can be lighter in color or patterned
▪ White, blue, other pastel or dark solid color, small patterned or striped shirt, can be button-down collar
▪ Silk tie can be bolder in color and pattern
▪ Coordinating socks and belt
▪ Dark slip-on or lace-up shoe

Recommended Occasions

Majority of client meetings
▪ Typical day with client contact
▪ Networking events and professional association meetings

Attire

▪ Classic wool or microfiber trouser
▪ Coordinating sport coat/blazer
▪ Cotton shirt with more color and bolder patterns: fashionable necktie optional
▪ Fine quality turtleneck in place of shirt or tie
▪ Belt, leather shoe


Recommended Occasions

▪ Routine meetings with casual clients
▪ Casual networking events
▪ Any day in the office

Attire

▪ Fine khaki, wool, microfiber or corduroy trousers
▪ Conservative sport shirt, can be plaid, patterned, striped
▪ Fine-gauge collared sweater
▪ Crew neck or V-neck sweater over collared shirt
▪ Dark leather or suede shoe


Recommended Occasions

▪ Professional conferences
▪ Casual social events with clients
▪ Any day in the office without client contract