It appears that writing is all about making lists these days. So, having recently covered Tips for Surviving a Goldman Sachs Internship and Attending a Sporting Event With Your Boss, my latest attempt (by request) is a fresh, succinct, and definitive guide to dressing like an investment banker. The genesis of this post is simple; American men dress like s—. It doesn’t matter where you look, from the endless stream of bright-eyed but hopeless-looking students vying for the ever-shrinking number of analyst positions on Wall Street, to the haggard, white-collar, middle class masses traipsing their way from airport lounge to departure gate, while getting Hilton Reward Points rich and Chipotle fat. Who better to help than the aggregated and infinite wisdom of GSElevator, with a comprehensive list of business fashion tips from the halls of Goldman Sachs? So, here we go… Shoes No brogues, wing-tipped, or square-toed shoes. #1: He’s really wearing square-toed shoes… #2: Wait, it’s intern season already? Stick with loafers; they’re more comfortable and convenient. And the conventional wisdom that they lack the formality of traditional lace-ups has long-since expired. If you aren’t confident in your innate fashion sense, keep the shoes black when wearing a suit…. Read full this story
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