There is a presentation at my university where we have to brief decision makers of a company about a competitive intelligence requirement they gave us in August.
The attire guidelines specifically states "no pinstripe suits". Why single out pinstripe suits? I was planning on wearing a 3 piece pinstripe suit (navy) with cufflinks, a nice pocket square, and a lapel pin. Now I'll just wear a 3 piece solid navy with same accessories. What could the difference be?
A law school buddy of mine went through a similar situation in which no 3 piece suits were allowed. This better not be about "denoting social rank" and expecting people to wear ill-fitting suits made out of polyester to denote our status as students.
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