Admin Post Thought this would be of interest to our community here, and be a good subject of conversation. Any thoughts on the following press release from Saville Row? Any millennials, those 20-30 years old, who would care to comment? Assuming the general membership here, I'd guess that more folks prefer to dress smart? Millennials Dress Smart Despite Relaxed Dress Codes New data suggests that millennials don’t always put fashion first, with over half wanting an enforced dress code within the office. A recent survey by Savile Row Company, London-based tailors of fine shirts and suits, found that 76% of millennials are choosing smart clothing as their first choice within the workplace. What’s more, only around a third (34%) think their workplace colleagues dress smartly enough already and want an enforced dress code. Millennials are choosing to dress smart despite relaxed office dress codes, with 77% believing those who dress smart are taken more seriously. They also see dressing smartly (28%) as more important than being perceived as fashionable (8%) and 56% say their office would benefit from having a smarter dress code. br> It looks like professional office attire is back and Justin Grau, fashion expert and publisher of Aspiring Gentlemen, said: “If you work at a law firm, ad agency, or a more traditional workplace where it is expected to dress "Professionally" you should dress at least at the average dress level and probably slightly above average. I do think the management and clients look at this and put a big weighting on your professionalism and even job knowledge based on your attire.” Millennials Like Tailoring Even though more businesses are giving people the freedom to dress how they prefer, tailored clothing is making a comeback and millennials are embracing smarter attire. Jeffrey Doltis, Owner of The Savile Row Company said “Although historically our demographic has been the 35 plus male, we are seeing more purchases on our online store from the 25 – 34-year-old age group. For us, tailoring is timeless and a good suit can make the wearer feel and look great at any age”.