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You asked for business casual, so you get some business casual! Getting dressed for work or a job interview doesn’t sound difficult, but it can be. You need to look dapper and it´s hard to be creative within the given framework. That is probably the reason why I am asked quite often if I can’t show some more business and business casual outfits.
I don’t have that on my set really, because I don’t have to wear those looks it in the office – I can come to work dressed how I want to. Especially as a plus size man you don’t have so many stylish possibilities when it comes to business casual – only wearing a shirt and elegant trousers can easily look a bit lost…
You Need To Feel Relaxed During A Job Interview
During job interviews it is most important that you A) are dressed appropriately for the company/job and B) feel comfortable. Only if you feel good can you show your best side! If you have wearing something that makes you feel disguised or uncomfortable, then your body language will show that! Sure, there are industries, where there is a pre-set of what you have to wear – even during the job interview. But for many companies it doesn’t have to be the suit and you have some space to show some creativity.
I chose a combination of a plain white shirt paired with a black sweater – the granddad collar makes the outfit look modern – the black sweater is chic but still casual. In addition, my new favourite jeans (from my New Year’s Eve outfit) and elegant shoes. The socks give a dash of colour. This is “chic dressed” but still reflects my personality. Even if you don’t see the little special features at first sight (e.g. the shoes, the socks or the discreet check pattern of the jeans), I know that they are there and feel well dressed.
Casual Friday Or Daily Agency Outfit
Accept your Extra-Inches – love yourself!
- Shirt* by ASOS (size 4XL) – via ASOS (shop now…)
- Jumper* by ASOS (size XXXL) – via ASOS (shop now…)
- Jeans* by ASOS PLUS (size XXXL) – via ASOS (shop now…)
- Wide Fit Loafer* by ASOS (size 11) – via ASOS (shop now…)
Please see my size guide for comparing your measurements with the provided sizes I wore the clothes for this blogposting.
*tagged articles have been provided by the named brands or shops for this blog posting