Should I Go Home With My Co-Worker? A Flowchart.

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The Office Party

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Dangerous waters, these. The genial office party can quickly turn into a field day of repressed feuds and regrettable hookups once everyone gets a little liquid courage down the hatch. Pace yourself, don’t be the guy who orders shots and remember that anything you do or say here will be water-cooler fodder come Monday.

DRESS THE PART

Here’s the thing about an office party: you want to remind everyone that your professional sartorial game is strong, but you also don’t want to be the guy who looks like he forgot to change out of his work clothes. Thus it is a prime opportunity to deploy the tricky maneuver of “triple separates” — that is, jacket, vest and pants of all different fabrics. First, hit ‘em with a jacket that’s got some personality. Anchor it with a solid dark vest and a crisp white shirt (no tie — it’s a party, after all). Lighter pant and chunky brogue down low. Would never play 9-to-5, but perfect for fiesta time.

Havana Grey Check Jacket by SUITSUPPLY | $500

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Oxton Cashmere Vest by William Lockie | $455

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Rock Plain Athletic Fit Button Cuff Shirt by Thomas Pink | $195

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Light Grey Pants by SUITSUPPLY | $189

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James Lug Wingtip by Frye | $179

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GIFT LIKE A PRO

Dewar’s + Cards Against Humanity 2016 Election Edition

Good gift because: razzing any Trump supporters in your workplace is a great team-building exercise. Pairs well with the Scotch because: everyone knows Scotch makes you funnier.

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