Le Style: Business Formal

Informal attire, also called international business attire or business formal  is a dress code, typified by a suit and necktie, for men. On the scale of formality, informal attire is more formal than casual but less formal than semi-formal. It is more presentational than semi-casual, but offers more room for personal expression than semi-formal dress. Informal should not be confused with casual, not even smart casual — in loose common usage, many people refer to informal dress as semi-formal or formal and formal dress (in the technical sense — that is, white tie, black tie, and similar) as very formal; this usage is not accepted by authorities on dress codes. The technical definition of informal is used in this article.

Informal attire consists of, for men, a suit, the main components of which are a pair of trousers with a matching jacket. The suit is typically dark-coloured (with or without a pattern), grey, dark blue, brown, or black. The suit is worn with a long-sleeved shirt and a tie.

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BODY

HAIR: MADesigns ~ TOBY – Black III

HAIR BASE: MADesigns ~ Hair Base – Black III

EYES: MADesigns ~ HONESTY – dark truth

SKIN:  Egoisme ~ Evian – Jordan Pale – Bald – Happy Trail

SHAPE: MADesigns ~ Premium Shape – JESSE

OUTFIT

GLASSES: Gos ~ INTUITION

SUIT: hoorenbeek ~ Classic Suit – Navy Blue &  Classic Suit – Grey

SHIRT: hoorenbeek ~ Suit Shirt with Ties – White

SHOES:  hoorenbeek ~Hugo Shoes – Black

POSE

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