I wanted to start a discussion here instead of the one currently taking place in the MC: casual thread.
I 'work' or 'intern' at a corporate law firm (I work 40 hour weeks and I'm paid, although I'm still in school so I dont know what to refer to my time there as). My first looks down on jackets. Most people there (lawyers specifically) wear a shirt and tie. If they have a jacket because they came from court, or are going to court later, they leave their jackets in the car. People there wear a full suit minus the jacket. Now I posted a picture of me wearing a dress shirt with BB tie and a two tone Rolex and gold cufflinks. I know the gold cufflinks might've been too much. I even said they will be reserved for more formal events. However, I got a lot of feedback saying I shouldn't be dressing like that. Why? What is wrong with dressing like the professionals at the firm? Most of the lawyers there wear french cuff shirts and full gold day-date Rolexs everyday. Is it wrong with me wearing the same thing? I've never been told not to, but there seems to be quite the controversy here. What are your opinions? The photo following is the photo I posted on the other thread that caused the controversy.
You opinions,suggestions, and past experiences are greatly appreciated.
Also, this has never been worn to the office. This shirt just came in the mail today.