San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2012
Bows-n-Ties.com, a prominent online retailer of men’s ties and related accessories, today announced an upcoming series of tutorials focusing on men’s business dress around the globe. The series will highlight 5 countries, analyzing the differences between both formal and informal business dress between them. It is a series that every traveling businessman should read.
“Anyone who works in the professional sector owes it to themselves to know not only how to dress for work in America, but how others around the world approach professional dress as well,” says Bows-n-Ties founder Hendrik Pohl. “This series was born out of the notion that just because similar business is conducted on a daily basis from country to country doesn’t mean that one should dress the same way no matter where they are in the world. After all, every culture has its own unique identity, and we wanted to highlight that with our series on men’s business dress around the globe.”
Among the countries that are highlighted are America, France, Italy, Japan and Spain. While similarities can be found between each city, both subtle and obvious differences can easily be found as well. Dress shoes in Japan, for example, are chosen mainly for convenience sake, while the exact opposite is true in Italy.
“The fact that people throughout the world’s business culture tend to dress so differently from one another at times is very interesting to us,” says Pohl. “It just goes to show that there’s really no one way to dress for any specific occasion, and that cultural surroundings have the most significant effect on whether or not the attire that one chooses is suitable for wearing to the office in their native country.”
Pohl hopes the series will be especially educational for American businessmen who tend to travel for work on a regular basis.
“One of our primary goals with this series is to educate American businessmen about the fact that dress codes and etiquette throughout the rest of the world can vary dramatically from one country to another,” says Pohl. “The last thing we want is for our readers to travel abroad without a solid notion of how they should dress for professional scenarios in specific countries, which is a major reason why we are publishing these pieces. If even just a few individuals can gain enough to help them feel confident on their next business trip, I think we’ve succeeded with this series.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.bows-n-ties.com/mens-fashion-tips/wrapper.php?/archives/321-Mens-Office-Dress-Codes-Around-the-Globe.html