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post #16 of 19
My personal favorite at a company I used to work for (where they had three sections of dress code advice - men's, women's, and "general") involved an admonition that the ladies not wear "stir up" pants. (Pants that got the guys stirred up?) The wonders of spell check in the modern age.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Jan. 31 2005,14:26
In other words I broke all of your "Ëśrules'. Do I care? No. Does anyone else in the office care? Am I going to perform my job any better if I was wearing one of my MTM T&A shirts, RLPL wool pants, Cartier belt, A&E shoes, and Zegna Tie? The answer is a resounding: No. Jon.
I'm sure the Taco Bell customers don't care what you're wearing either. Ouch.
A) Fuck you too. B) Seeing as I head my department at a B2B software firm and have yet to graduate from college, I think I'm doing better than most in my position. Jon. Edit: Mike, what do you do?
post #18 of 19
Jon, you don't really work at Taco Bell, do you?
post #19 of 19
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It's not so much what is not acceptable that scares me, but what is:
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"Docker" style pants (pressed and not faded) "Polo" style shirts Short sleeve dress shirts Skorts of appropriate length
No no no no no.
Scarily enough - you should see what people will wear when companies don't have these rules. Bear in mind that these are "lowest common denominator" rules, not advice on how to be stylish or how to look professional, but really just advice on how to "somewhat" rise above looking completely unprofessional Bradford
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