What is the best clothing style for office for men?

We've all worked the corporate 9-5.

With so many of us working in the office, it's no wonder that the corporate uniform has evolved the way it has.

Let's take a look at what most corporate offices expect and how to exceed expectations every time.

1. Dress Shirts

Dress shirts are the quintessential business casual shirts. Every outfit we’ll cover in this article will involve one of these. You may find offices that will allow a tucked-in polo shirt in summer, but for a true business casual look, stick to dress shirts. (You can always go for linen when the temperatures are high. ) Fit is essential, so try out the three main types of dress shirts: slim fit, regular fit, and relaxed fit to see which goes best with your body type. While current fashion trends seem to prefer a slim fit, select it only if it compliments your body type and you feel comfortable. Whenever in doubt, choose long-sleeved shirts in a regular fit.

2. Pants

On your bottom half, you want to wear either dress pants or chinos. Make sure your pants fit well and don’t crease too much around the ankles. Go for a no-break to half-break. And start with more conservative colors like navy, grey or camel. If you do wear more colored pants, make sure they’re appropriately muted.

3. Ties

You don’t always need to wear a tie when you dress business-casual. In fact, the business-casual craze started with just leaving the tie at home. But especially when your outfit leans more casual — say, when you’re wearing a cardigan and chinos instead of a suit — a knit tie can slide your outfit back a bit more toward the business side. Of course, you don’t dress business casual to black tie events, so you can play around with patterns and colors, or even opt for a knitted tie.