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Summer Outfits Help

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I'm looking for advice on dressing for the summer. I'm looking for a business casual look very similar to these:

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Any brands you guys recommend? Mainly looking for similar long sleeves and pants
 

ThomGault

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First, that's not business casual. Tight capris, sneakers, and untuckable shirts don't belong in an office. Second, just about every single men's clothing store has shirts and pants. You need to be more specific...Price, location, type of job, purpose of required clothing, etc.
 

dolcevita

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First, that's not business casual. Tight capris, sneakers, and untuckable shirts don't belong in an office. Second, just about every single men's clothing store has shirts and pants. You need to be more specific...Price, location, type of job, purpose of required clothing, etc.


Some business settings have a very liberal dress code. I used to work for a company that instructed that we follow traditional business attire only to discover that after a few months that even that wasn't set in stone. Me thinks that "business casual" has become an ambiguous term.
 

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