Man Fashion: Dress To Impress Part 2

    This is in fact got nothing in connection with our earlier post on Were You Dress to Impress?. We just came across a very interesting post from AWJ, particularly on fashion dress code.

    First impressions count. This is particular message Swiss bank UBS AG is actually posting their Swiss retail banking staff members with a 43-page code dispensing suggestions about the way to impress customers by using a polished look.

    Echoing rules applied at Swiss boarding schools, UBS's guidelines exceed a list of dress "do's" and "don'ts" by providing hygiene as well as grooming guidelines often filled with aphorisms worthy of design as well as magazines on beauty.

    The move is definitely an aspect associated with a test UBS is performing in Switzerland throughout 5 preliminary branches. It follows a recent marketing campaign geared towards re-establishing self-confidence within the Swiss bank's brand and restoring relations with customers.

    The UBS Dress Code: Do's and Don'ts


    For women:

    Wear your jacket buttoned.

    When sitting, the buttons should be unfastened.

    Make sure to touch up hair regrowth regularly if you color your hair.

    For men:

    - Store your suit on a large hanger with rounded shoulders to preserve the shape of the garment.

    - Schedule barber appointments every four weeks to maintain your haircut shape.

    Don'ts (Seems to apply to both men and women)

    Eating garlic and onions

    Smoking or spending time in smoke-filled places

    Wearing short-sleeved shirts or cuff links

    Wearing socks that are too short, showing your skin while sitting

    Allowing underwear to be seen

    Touching up perfume during or after lunch break

    Using tie knots that don't match your face shape and/or body shape

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