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Welcome to GQ’s annual round-up of 10 most stylish men。 From
traditional tailoring to the coolest clothes, we have cast an eye over
the wardrobes of the sartorial superheroes and here’s who looks
best。。。

‘Some professionals in a range of jobs like to wear a suit and tie as it
makes them feel more professional,’ says Professor Mair.

Thierry: I know it’s
casual Friday, but some people just don’t know how to dress
appropriately
for work.

欢迎欣赏GQ男士网为您汇总的年度10大最佳衣着男士。从传统的剪裁到最酷炫的服装,我们粗略地看了一下男装超级明星们的衣橱,以下是(我们选出的)最佳着装者……

梅尔教授说:“很多领域的专业人士喜欢穿西装打领带,这让他们看起来更职业。”

Casual: if something is casual, itis not formal, it is more relaxed,
we could also sayinformal.Now in mostoffices, in most businesses,
everyone has to wear good clothing every day ofthe week, how every some
of offices have what its call casual Friday meaningthat you don’t have
to wear for example a tie or a suitcoat, you can dress morecasually. You
don’t have to dress as we will say professionally or formally as youdo
every other day of the week. Not all offices do that, but some offices
do havethis casual Friday policy.

10。 Jack O‘Connell

‘Although there aren’t many studies on this, wearing a suit has been
found to make the wearer appear more professional and competent.

Thierryis complaining however that even though it is causal Friday,
there aresomethings that you shouldn’t wear to work.

10、杰克·康奈尔

“这个方面的研究不多,但人们发现穿套装的确能让人看起来更职业,更有能力。”

Hesays some people don’t know how to dress appropriately.To dress as
a verb means to put cloth on yourbody. The word dress is also a noun
that refers to what a woman would wear, adress is usually one piece of
clothing that covers both the top and part of thebottom of the woman’s
body. But as a word to dress means simply to put clothingon. And to
dress appropriately means to dress the way you should dress forcertain
situation. If you are going to a wedding, dressing appropriatelyusually
means wearing formal clothing not your bikini or your
beddingsuit.Although here Los Angeles maybeok, I am not sure.

(New entry)

‘The power of belief is strong so if the wearer believes that the suit
will make them appear more competent and professional, they may well
behave in that way.’

Olga: I was thinking the samething, look at Sandy, what she is wearing
is far too reviewing revealing.

(新上榜)

“这种观念很强大,所以如果着装者认为穿套装能让自己看起来能力更强,更职业,他们就会这样穿。”

Olgasays “I was thinking the same thing”, meaning I agree with you that
some peopledon’t know how to dress appropriately for work.

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But what about lower-ranking employees? ‘This would be seen as
inappropriate in creative jobs, but necessary in others,’ says Professor
Mair.

To describe clothes as a revealing, means to saythat they show too
much of your skin but adjective is specially use forclothing the woman
might wear that showing too much her bare skin. Although itcould be
applied to man’s clothing as well.

Jack embodies Belstaff’s adventurous and pioneering spirit with his
fearless attitude, and he’s staying true to his British roots。

但对低级别员工来说呢?梅尔教授说:“这对创意产业的职员并不合适,但在其他工作领域没问题。”

Thierry:I was actually thinking about Jimmy, he is wearing cut off sand
free flip-flops?Where is his professionalism?

杰克使贝达弗品牌的冒险与开拓精神同他的无畏态度融为一体,而且他始终坚持英国人固有的风格。

‘In jobs where workers can choose what they wear, and managers dress
casually, a subordinate wearing a suit and tie could be perceived as
trying to look more senior than their role.

Cutoffs:a shorts that are may bycutting off by ladies pants
especially jeans.The key to cutoff is that when you cut off the bottom
of the pants leg, you don’t sold out the bottom of the or shortswhat are
not shorts to make them to look nice. So cutoffs are very informal,they
don’t look very dress we might say.They don’t look very formal.Of
course,they are shorts, and so by definition,usually shorts are not
formal wear.

9。 Jared Leto

“在可以自己选择着装、经理们也穿着很休闲的工作领域,下属穿西装打领带会被认为抢领导的风头。”

Flip-flops: are basically a very simplekind of sandals which is
something that you wear on your feet, it is a type ofshoe that you wear
on your feet that doesn’t have tie on it.That what a sandal
is.Flip-flops are a type of sandal that youwould wear to say
beach(bitch?).

9、杰瑞德·勒托

‘There is also a risk that management might perceive them as not
understanding the culture of the organisation or their role.’

That’swhy Thierry are asking about Jimmy’s professionalism. That is
his ability to behavior appropriately in a business or
professionalsituation.

(New entry)

“而且,管理人员还会认为他们不理解机构文化和自己的位置。”

Olga: Don’t they know how they’redressed can affect theircareers?Some
people can’t see past for poor fashionchoices.

(新上榜)

DESIGNER

Olga continues complaining, she says don’t they know howthey’redressed
can affect their careers.She is saying(?)thatthe people who dressing
this way don’t realize that the way you dressed can affect how
well(?)you do at work and what kind of the job you get.

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大牌服装虽然现代社会注重个性美,但职场的穿衣打扮还是有一些规矩。什么样式的着装更适合你的工作领域和身份?挑选哪些颜色更适合你?伦敦时装心理学家卡洛琳-梅尔(Carolyn
Mair)教授认为,你的每日职场穿着可以体现出你的个性。

Olgasays some peoplecan’t see past poor fashionchoices. The
expression to not beable to see past something means that someone is
unable not to notice somethingeven though you are perhaps try not to
notice. For example, if someone comes toyou and ask for a job and that
person doesn’t look like he dressed very well tomeet you or perhaps he
didn’t comb his hair or she is face you even though youthink he is might
be a good person, might not be able to see past the way theperson looks.
Another word you can’t ignore it, even though you want to, eventhough
you may think it is not important the way the person dresses.Until(?)how
he may be able to do a certainjob.

It’s Jared Leto that shows us that small details can be radical too。
Would we, as Leto did, wear a red carnation as a bow-tie? Maybe not。
But it makes us think differently。 And that’s what this friend is for。

CASUAL

Olgais saying that some people won’t be able to look past the way of
this peopledressed when determining whether they are going to give them
jobs.

是杰瑞德·勒托让我们看到小细节也可以不同凡响。我们会像勒托那样用一枝红色康乃馨当领结吗?可能不会。但勒托的做法让我们产生了不同的想法,而那正是这位朋友所追求的。

休闲装

Fashionrefers to the way that clothing is designed, the way of looks.

8。 Benedict Cumberbatch

Some 53 percent of UK office workers say they no longer have a formal
uniform, opting instead for jeans, t-shirts and running shoes.

Thierry: Yeah, so many people areclosed-minded.And think what people
wearreflexreflectstheir ability.

8、本尼迪克特·康伯巴奇

英国有大约53%的职场人士称自己不再置办正装,而是选择穿牛仔裤、T恤衫和跑鞋去上班。

Thierryis also complaining about the closed-minded people. To be
closed-minded meansthat you only see your own opinion, or only consider
your own ideas, and notable to consider other people’s ideas.The
opposite of closed-minded might be opened-minded. Thierry isdescribing
closed-minded people as those who think that what people wearreflects
their ability.

(Last year no。 9)

But according to Professor Mair, going casual can be a risk business for
senior managers as it ‘flattens out any organisational hierarchy’.

To reflect here means to be related to or to be indicated of
something. If I say the way youdressed reflects your ability, I am
saying that the way that you look is anindication of how well you will
do a certain job. Now of course, we may knowthat that’s not turn unless
the job is to be model I guess. But neverthelesspeople often think that.

(去年排行第九)

但梅尔教授说,对高层管理人员来说,穿便装有风险,因为“显得你没有领导范儿”。

Olga: I’ve known a lot of peoplelike that. Me? I always err on the
side of caution
.

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She said: ‘It depends very much on the type of business. In the creative
industries this style of clothing is typical to enhance creativity
without the restriction of formal clothing.

Err on the side of caution:Means to be very careful, to not taking
any risks. I should mention that word“err” is not often pronounced,
someone mistakenly but no more commonly as air,as the word we spell
“air”, in fact it is so common that it is probablyconsider by most
people acceptable pronunciation in American English. InBritish English,
however, it is always pronounced err.What is err mean? It means to make
anerr.It means to make a mistake. You cansee why people pronounce the
word err instead of err, because we also have theword err,

The British have their own sense of style which at best is all about an
easy, gentlemanly elegance。 They never look as if they are trying too
hard。 And some simply have the appearance of having been born to wear a
tailored suit。 Benedict Cumberbatch is one of those。

她说:“这在很大程度上取决于工作类型。在创意产业,这种着装很典型,不会因为身穿正装而感到拘束,因而能提升创造性。”

Whichis pronounce with that err some instead of err some, but anyway,
back to ourstory.

英国人有他们自己的风格品味,那就是尽其所能地保持随和且绅士般的优雅。他们从不会让自己(在着装上)看上去用力过猛。而且一些人的长相简直生来就适合穿西装。本尼迪克特·康伯巴奇就是其中一个。

‘If a manager in finance or insurance wore a t-shirt, jeans and running
shoes, they would be considered inappropriately dressed, even maverick.

Thierry: Is that why you neverdress down?

7。 James Corden

“但如果金融保险业的经理身穿T恤衫、牛仔裤和跑鞋去上班,人们会觉得不妥,甚至觉得他特立独行。”

He is asking Olga the reason why she never dresses casually, to dress
down is a twowords’ phrase of word meaning to dress casually.

7、詹姆斯·科登

‘Leaders in these industries are expected to lead by example and their
staff are expected to follow rules. Dress down Fridays are an exception,
but even on Fridays, most city workers wouldn’t wear a t-shirt, jeans,
and running shoes.’

Olga: That’s right. And I’ve noticed you don’t either.

(New entry)

“人们认为这些行业的领导应该以身作则,员工才能遵守规则。便装星期五是个例外,但即便在星期五,大多数城市职员也不会穿T恤衫、牛仔裤和跑鞋。”

Olga and Thierry are saying to each other that because other people
areclosed-minded and might think that the way one dresses reflects one’s
ability.They themselves never dress casually at work even on casual
Friday.

(新上榜)

Conversely, opting for casual workwear as a lower-ranking employee can
be a major ‘no-no’ in some industries – especially for city workers.

Thierry: No, just because we suspend the dress code coat one day
a week, doesn’t mean we haveto dress inappropriately.

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反过来,在一些行业中,低级别的员工更不能穿休闲装,特别是对城市员工来说。

Adress code refer s to a ruler about how you are supposed to dress.

In 2016 Corden has truly hit his style stride。 GQ says: “James Gorden
is the most successful British export to the US since The Beatles。”

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