Figuring out appropriate attire for work or a vaguely-labeled event is often stressful and unclear. It can be the Achilles heel of an otherwise talented professional, but it doesn’t have to be!
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
The new best-kept secret of the world’s well-dressed, http://www.DressCodeRules.com shatters the belief that knowing what to wear is a luxury reserved for a privileged and fashionable few. Part independent dress code authority, part style guide, Dress Code Rules (the DCR) aims to even the playing field when it comes to dressing for life’s important events. By defining and unpacking six common dress codes for men and women, and sharing tips, tricks, and photos galore, Dress Code Rules ensures people are never left scratching their heads when it comes to selecting an outfit.
No stranger to the demands of dressing for work, the DCR was founded by a local attorney who started the company to help people cut through the confusion that comes from not knowing what to wear for various occasions.
“Figuring out appropriate attire for work or a vaguely-labeled event is often stressful and unclear. It can be the Achilles heel of an otherwise talented professional, but it doesn’t have to be,” he says. “I’ve created Dress Code Rules as a soup-to-nuts guide for anyone who’s ever felt frustrated and full of dread at the prospect of dressing appropriately for work or an event.”
In addition to helping the less than sartorially inclined, the DCR provides human resource departments, bosses, and event planners with clear and consistent dress code definitions, taking the guesswork out of dress code policies for employees and event attendees. Also, as an independent, third-party authority, the DCR offers a fair and impartial resolution to any disagreements over the official DCR dress code adopted by any company or event planner.
To top it all off, the site’s “Ask the DCR” section addresses common fashion faux-pas and answers questions like “Are sneakers in the workplace wrong?” and “What should I wear to my company picnic?” Packed with pin-sharp wit and hard-earned advice, “Ask the DCR” cracks the code on even the diciest of dress code dilemmas. For fashion darlings, frustrated HR mangers, recent grads, or those who just plain hate thinking about what to wear, this engaging site has something to offer.
To learn more about Dress Code Rules, visit: http://www.dresscoderules.com