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Informal attire: Quiz


Question 1: Custom shirts, hand-made leather shoes, fine cuff links and expensive ________ may indicate wealth, and in certain professions may effectively amount to a "dress code" (eg.
WatchClockMarine chronometerChronometer watch

Question 2: This business suit (also known as the "sack suit" in North America, commonly by ________) became the standard business daywear for all men who were not engaged in physical labor.
Brooks BrothersUnited StatesBarack ObamaUlysses S. Grant

Question 3: ________ pioneered the feminine suit in the early 20th century.
Karl LagerfeldElsa SchiaparelliPierre CardinCoco Chanel

Question 4: At present, informal attire is the typical dress at daytime weddings in the ________, where it is a replacement for the increasingly rare morning dress.
AlaskaCanadaPhilippinesUnited States

Question 5: Sometimes an element of the national costume such as a hat is combined with a Western business suit; for instance, ________ was noted for wearing the aforementioned kaffiyeh with a Western-style military uniform (a derivative of the suit).
Palestine Liberation OrganizationFatahMenachem BeginYasser Arafat

Question 6: A new form of attire has arisen, business casual, which consists of nice trousers (not jeans), often chinos or khakis and a ________ or short-sleeved shirt.
Polo neckBlack tiePolo shirtDress shirt

Question 7: However, when on a ________ or attending business meetings, many men who do not otherwise wear suits, will dutifully wear them as a mark of respect and formality.
RecruiterBackground checkEmploymentJob interview

Question 8: Suits in Britain were often made in tweed, often with three pieces, and were worn outside the ________.
City of WestminsterGreater LondonCity of LondonBristol

Question 9: An inexpensive ready-to-wear suit will lack the cachet of a ________ suit fashioned by a famous tailor.
ClothingFirearmBespokeHaute couture

Question 10: The waistcoat (British) or vest (American) was worn regularly with the suit up to ________, but is rarely seen today, due to central heating in offices and the expense of construction.
Second Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupations


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