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Do you need jackets for authority really? &lsquoChange is good&rsquo they say&hellip So why don&rsquot you try the sweaters?

When you pull on a sweater for the Office, make sure it&rsquos the right kind. You know... Not like some old men&rsquos stuff&hellip A thin gauge slim cut sweater that layers as effortlessly over a dress shirt as it does under a jacket can do miracles. Also be aware of those crazy patterns and tutti-frutti colors! Get an understated, solid one so that you can be able pair it with everything. Let&rsquos go!

THE SMART V NECK

The collar should be deep enough to expose the shirt but not too much. Try to pair it with a firm collar dress shirt, so it can flatter your face.

Push up the sleeves to keep your watch in view. Reveal a peek of shirt cuff.

The body should end at your belt line. Don&rsquot spill over it.

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PRADA

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THE OFFICE CARDIGAN

Grey is sophisticated. For the evenings, it&rsquos always appropriate.

High your armholes! Don&rsquot look like a granddad.

Leave the bottom button or two undone. A sense of ease is always good.

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BERLUTI

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DRESSED-UP KHAKIS

We are not talking rumpled chinos. Remember, you&rsquore going to work in these.

Get a pair of flat ones. It&rsquos great for a clean fitted look. Work on a crisp crease.

Have them tailored with only the slightest break.

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CHANEL

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POP SOCKS

Don&rsquot be afraid to wear a sock with some personality. Just make sure the color syncs with the rest of the look. Otherwise you&rsquore just the guy with the really loud socks. We don&rsquot want that, do we?

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