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Creating a smart and savvy wardrobe for the millennial office-goer

Pay heed to those unwritten rules on what and what not to wear to office while building your work wardrobe

Clockwise from left: Laptop bag, shoes, belts, ties from the House of Sunil Mehra; Postfold's black and white with high heels for millennial women; Red tie, pocket squares with traditional attire; Pin stripes, muted colours work well in formal wear
Clockwise from left: Laptop bag, shoes, belts, ties from the House of Sunil Mehra; Postfold's black and white with high heels for millennial women; Red tie, pocket squares with traditional attire; Pin stripes, muted colours work well in formal wear

Straight out of college, Aayush Vashist wondered what clothes he must shop for, while building a wardrobe for his first job as a public relations executive. Thinking that his role would involve frequent client interface, he decided to go formal with shirts and trousers. It took him a while to figure out that he didn’t have to go for “pure formals that perhaps a banker would be expected to wear.” So he switched over to smart casuals. Today the 25-year-old wears his confidence on his sleeve, and says that he has "nailed the office attire" over time. "I am ...