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Trends in contemporary fashion continue to inspire the "dress according to the occasion" paradigm

Trends in contemporary fashion continue to place huge emphasis on the idea of dressing to the occasion. According to fashion experts this paradigm is essential for fashion savvy people and it makes it easy for them to avoid embarrassing fashion moments.

OSLO, Norway, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Trends in contemporary fashion continue to place huge emphasis on the idea of dressing to the occasion. According to fashion experts this paradigm is essential for fashion savvy people and it makes it easy for them to avoid embarrassing fashion moments. A lot of analysts in contemporary fashion agree however that the ultimate goal of dressing is to express personality. Understanding what to wear and when is considered very important. During the first day in office, a lot of fashion experts advise Men to go for something simple but formal.

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Fashion experts say that it also important for new employees to be very cautious on the kind of official clothing they choose during the first day at work. Sometimes going for clothes that look bossy can be counterproductive. In addition to this, in the office casual wear such as T-shirt and Jeans is highly discouraged. As for women, the most important thing is go for something that is not too sexy especially for the first day. Whether the boss is a woman or a man, attracting to much attention is not ideal because this leads to more scrutiny. Ultimately, women should look classy and not seductive and this fashion experts say is very crucial in creating a good first impression at work.

Experts in contemporary fashion agree that a lot of people make fashion mistakes mostly during their first date. However more often than not the situation is far worse in ladies compared to the men. The truth is though looking good during the first date isn't as hard as it seem. Contemporary fashion experts note that the first date is not for showing off skin and as such miniskirts and other clothes that reveal a lot of skin should be avoided. Overdoing the make-up may not be such a wise idea they add. Just like the first day at work, even in the first date it is important to create a good impression. The best thing is to wear something that feels comfortable. For men it is a little easier in fact, fashion expert say that simplicity and a little informal is the way to go.

Unlike the first date and the first day at work, the dress code for a party has no rules - it's all down to putting imagination at work. A lot of fashion experts note that party clothes should be colorful. In addition to this, the clothes must feel comfortable. On a normal day however, casual should be a nice start. Fashion analysts observe that the good thing about casual wear is that it doesn't have to impress. However this doesn't mean people can't look attractive in casual wear in fact women can try short pants and vests for a stylish and sexy look. Fashion experts note that the golden rule in contemporary fashion is to wear something comfortable, classy and good looking. Clothing is a great statement of personality and as such it is very important for everyone to choose their wardrobe very carefully.

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