Chauffeur Dress Code

What is the Chauffeur dress code?

All male Chauffeurs are expected to wear a full suit, shirt and tie at all times consisting of:

  1. A black, navy blue or dark grey single-coloured suit - this must look clean and pressed.

  2. A plain black, navy blue or dark grey tie, that is neatly tied and tightened to your collar.

  3. A white long-sleeve plain shirt — clean, ironed, tucked in and buttoned up.

  4. Classic black Oxford or Derby shoes with laces — clean and polished.

All Female chauffeurs are expected to wear:

  1. A black, navy blue or dark grey single-coloured trouser suit - this must look clean and pressed.

  2. A white long-sleeved shirt- clean, ironed, and tucked in.

  3. Classic black Oxford shoes or leather court shoes (not patent) - clean and polished.

In cold conditions, chauffeurs may meet their passengers in a long overcoat, single coloured black, dark grey or navy blue. No pattern and no hood. Material should be woolen/wool/mix. However, this needs to be placed in the boot before the journey begins. There should be no other items of clothing, and no accessories or jewellery.

What is expected in terms of chauffeur hygiene?

All chauffeurs are expected to:

  • Have a clean, tidy haircut. For female chauffeurs with long hair, this should be tied back.

  • Have clean hands and nails.

  • Not smoking prior to collecting a passenger. This includes e-cigarettes.

  • Always use deodorant.

Male chauffeurs are expected to be clean-shaven, or with a well-groomed moustache and beard.