ART of independent dressing: What is your style?

With Independence Day around the corner, we can’t resist but talk about freedom of expression. With expression comes a thought, with a brilliant thought at hand, vision becomes reality. The way you dress up shows your load of expression in entirety. It is time to give your creative side a fair chance to excel and bring out the audacious you out in public. Believe it or not, your fashion instincts are enough to help you stand out from the crowd and that too in a conveniently classy way.

Who says experimentation always goes wrong? Absolutely wrong! Well it all depends on the thought process with which a customized style of clothing has been brought into existence. One need not be a fashion designer to get a perfect fitting suit or tuxedo carved out of a piece of fabric. All you need to do is talk to your tailor and explain the authenticity you seek in order to find that ultimate sense of perfection and independence after wearing that perfect fit.

Look glamorous and always look forward to incorporate contemporary elements into your way of styling yourself or more appropriately the way you want to express your independence through your outfits. Make it a point to always dress to impress, but in your own way. There is no legacy in becoming an advocate of slow fashion. Make it a point to always give your subtle input while getting your favourite dressed. At the end of the day, the confidence that a style customized by you will bestow on your conscience, it can’t be achieved by the most expensive dress available in the market.

At the end of it, here is the highlight of what exactly is the purpose of independent dressing sense. It gives you a genuine outlook along with the highest degree of satisfaction. When the whole world is rotting with the same old ‘new fashion’ you get the chance to standout among the crowd and say, “hey look, now you can get jealous looking at my brilliant outfit and yes it is exactly the way I wanted”. Stay brilliant with your thoughts and do not forget to live awesome with independent dressing style.

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Be office ready with P N RAO!

Home, a place where you can be at your ease wearing anything you want but an office is where you spend most of your time and where not only your skills and efforts on the work is important but appearance too. An appearance which is not only comfortable but reflects a professional image too. So, one should be very careful while choosing the right and comfortable appearance for office and if choosing the right clothes then be careful about the best professional ways of maintaining them on you.
1.       No matter if its scorching summer or you are burning under your sleeves, make sure you maintain the full sleeves as full sleeves but not half and the shirt should be tucked in all the time. Folding the sleeves and tucking out the shirt are not under professional ethics which a person should follow in cooperate industry. If you are uncomfortable with full sleeves then go for half sleeves.
2.       Pick right match of clothes to wear. It’s very important not to look weird at office with wrong match of shirt, trouser or tie; pink shirt and white trouser! Be sure that you are picking the right shirt which will perfectly match the trouser and the same goes with ties.
3.       Its casual Friday and you are free to wear casual but it doesn’t mean you can wear whatever you want. Casual in office doesn’t mean that you can wear round neck t-shirt and scratched- monkey washed jeans with flip-flops. Casual wear in office has its own column; Polo t-shirt and cotton pant/denim jeans with boots or any other which not only comes under casual wear but maintain an office decorum too.
4.       One should be very sure about wearing perfectly ironed clothes at office. Wrinkled shirt at office is not something which can help you in maintaining your professionalism. It is a sign that you are irresponsible about yourself and your stuffs. So if you were wearing them all these days then it’s the right to quit on your laziness and start using ironed clothes.