You can never be overdressed, but you can be underdressed.
For Business Casual I just remove my tie, end of.
Our company classes business casual as sand/stone coloured chinos and a blue oxford-style shirt with shoes and no tie.
Thing is, in a hot climate, you’ll melt and looks really rubbish with dark blue sweat rings, so maybe a cream linen suit and a white shirt, no tie? No trainers though. Please.
Note: This is the one situation where tweed is contraindicated. It’s good, but very much a temperate/cold climate material.
This is good sense!
When I’m in Singapore/Hong Kong etc, the blue shirts stay very much at home. White and/or pale pink are the way.
Or just buy a couple of silk suits while you are there – well works for Asia anyway.
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