A：Hi, Chen Hao, you look especially nice today. Is that a new suit you are wearing?
A：Is there a special event or did you think it was time to upgrade your wardrobe because of your job promotion?
A：That was a smart move on your part. It is always good to imitate the way the highest level executives dress.
A：We Americans have a saying about business attire: "Dress for the job you want, not the job you have."
A：That's right. You have the idea. Would you mind if I pointed out a few things you could do to improve your look even more?
A：I am short on time right now so could we talk over lunch?
A：You did a good job selecting the suit. That shade of gray is professional looking. Stick to grays, dark blues and charcoal. Blacks and browns are not good choices for a business suit.
A：I am concerned about the length of your pants. The tailor seems to have gotten them too short when he hemmed them.
A：Unfortunately, they just barely come to your ankles. The hem of your pants should rest on the top of your foot with a slight break.
A：It's your shoes.
A：They are a bit too casual for your suit. When you wear a business suit, your need a dressier shoe.
A：A lace-up shoe is the most conservative and coordinates well with traditional business attire.
A：One final word is to make sure that your shoes and your belt match.
A：The good news about that is that you only need a few pieces and when you buy suits and accessories that are top quality and conservative in style, they will last a long time.