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Dress Etiquette on German Dressing
« on: October 09, 2012, 11:40:15 PM »
Dress Etiquette

. Business dress is understated, formal and conservative.

Business dress in Germany is very conservative.

*      Businessmen wear dark suits; solid, conservative ties, and white shirts.

Women also dress conservatively, in dark suits and white blouses.

Description: International Business Dress and Appearance  Chewing gum while talking to someone is considered rude.

*      Description: International Business Dress and Appearance  Don't be surprised if occasionally you see a fashion statement with white socks being worn with a dark suit.

Germans tend to dress in more conservative, muted colors, both in business and social environments.. Dress shoes worn with jeans and a tastefully-coordinated ensemble is quite normal for adult men and women.


Women should also avoid excessively ornate jewelry or displaying items of conspicuous wealth,
When you receive an invitation stating “informal” dress, don't assume you'll be welcome arriving in a T-shirt and sweatpants

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