Well, if you were like me and had no idea what was a dress code until you needed to go to a place where you had to dress correctly, this post is for you. Here are some of them.

I- Casual/ Informal Dress Code

Is essentially an open invitation to dress in what you feel most comfortable.

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II- Business Casual Dress Code

Is a standard dress code for offices. It generally refers to office-appropriate clothes that are done-up without being overly formal.

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III- Cocktail Attire Dress Code

It calls for at or above-the-knee dress and high heels. When deciding what to wear, choose a playful yet polished party dress that isn’t too revealing.

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IV- Lounge Dress Code

The best way to dress is to wear a lovely dress that is appropriate for a nice brunch or afternoon tea. Choose one that finishes at or slightly above the knee and that is not too low-cut or sparkly. If you think that the dress you chose might be a bit revealing, consider adding a jacket or blazer to make the completed outfit more demure

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V- Semi-Formal Dress Code

Think of it as just a notch below black tie optional and slightly above cocktail attire.Choose at or above-the-knee dress that is polished and sleek with just a little bit of spice.

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VI- Black Tie

To dress for black tie a floor-length dress or gown is the ideal outfit.
Choose a sophisticated look with a simple and feminine silhouette in an elegant color.

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VII- White Tie Dress Code

White tie is the highest level of dress code. A full-length ball gown is completely essential for this glamourous occasion. Traditionally, long gloves have also been worn with this dress code.

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