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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by Yachting Man View Post

Well where I work it is required that men wear a suit and you cannot take the jacket off unless it is after hours (6pm or later).

Sounds like a great place to work for some SF members. What industry are you in? I'm in IT, which means I'm limited to blazers and sport coats.
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by Asian Afro View Post


Sounds like a great place to work for some SF members. What industry are you in? I'm in IT, which means I'm limited to blazers and sport coats.

For the past 30+ years I've been working in Investment Banking realm. I've been saying for the past five years I'm going to retire in just a few more years. As of now, it hasn't happened yet haha.

I completely agree. I'm sure many fellow SF members would love to be able to wear a suit daily. I don't think too many members would like the work schedule though haha. Even though you're limited to blazers and sport coats there are still a great number of styles and cuts you can experiment with.
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Yachting Man View Post

Well where I work it is required that men wear a suit and you cannot take the jacket off unless it is after hours (6pm or later).
Then I hope your workplace is not overheated, as so many are. The desire or need to take off the jacket indoors is largely induced by the temperature.
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