If you ever watch an old movie, you will see that anyone who went to court was dressed in a suit. Although, I’m not too sure how true that was in the so-called old days, I can tell you from experience, that what people wear to court today is vastly different. I’ve seen people go to court in outfits more fit for the beach. Although, it really should not matter what you wear, what you wear to court, does matter. So what should you wear when going to court?
When selecting what you should wear to court, the general rule is to look neat and not too flashy.
For Men: at a minimum you should wear “business casual”, that is dress pants and dress shirt, it may not be necessary to wear a tie. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing a tie, then I recommend that you do so. You should also wear dress shoes. You should not wear a lot of jewelry.
For Women: at a minimum, you should also wear “business casual”, a dress suit or pantsuit is fine. Most experts will also recommend a solid-colored blouse and conservative dress shoes.
In many ways, it is probably easier to tell you what not to wear, that list would include:
- Strapless dress
- Exercise outfits
- Sleeveless shirts (muscle shirts)
- Revealing tops
- Short Skirts
- Flip-Flop Sandals
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