There are no rules now, which means everything is wrong. Our fashion experts are here to help, with consulting from the Goldman reporting team.
Is this the nail in the business suit’s coffin? In a memo circulated internally to Goldman Sachs employees on Tuesday, the financial firm said that it was loosening its approach to office attire, moving to “a firmwide flexible dress code” and asking employees to “dress in a manner that is consistent with your clients’ expectations.” Two years after J.P. Morgan made a similar announcement, the time-honored banking uniform of suit and tie is beginning take a back seat to business casual.
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended Royal Ascot 2018 on Wednesday
- Royal fanatics couldn't get enough of the outfits the Royal family were wearing
- There was a lot of buzz online about why Meghan, 36, wore ill-fitting shoes again
Fashion experts have figured out the reason which is common among celebs
Royal fanatics can't stop buzzing about the black high heels Meghan Markle wore to Royal Ascot this week.
The Duchess of Sussex stepped out in Berkshire, England wearing simple leather heels, however eagle-eyed fans noticed they appeared to be a bit too big for her feet.