A practical guide for business casual attire
and dress code policy
150-page how-to book developed by Angie
Michael, AICI, CIP, and co-author Ilene Amiel, is a practical guide filled with
illustrations, charts, concise information, and tips on how both men and
women can select their business casual attire. This solutions
book helps readers and organizations solve the confusion about
what is appropriate to wear for business casual.
One policy doesn’t fit all. This book includes three levels of business
casual that are appropriate, the situations recommended for each level,
and the perceptions that each level creates. You will find all the
information you need to select and build a business casual wardrobe
appropriate for your job, your organization, and every situation.
The book includes a survey results of top executives opinion
on inappropriate casual attire. The survey was
comprised of 165 male CEOs, VPs, and other top executives from
medium and large corporations having at least 100 employees. It
represented eight distinct business sectors in then regions of the
A full chapter on how to define a business casual
dress policy, including: the key elements to define a
policy that is appropriate for your organization, how to communicate and
implement the new dress code. It also offers suggestions on educational
sessions for employees and managers. The business casual
guidelines format in the chapter is a useful tool that can be
tailored to your organization and specific needs.
book has the answers to many questions about business casual that
organizations and individuals have been looking for. It solves the problem of
how to guide employees in selecting the right casual clothing that are still
professional. . ."
- Express Financial Advisors