This policy is to assist employees in making decisions regarding appropriate dress. Â It was created to allow you flexibility and creativity to your own personal style. Â With that said, employees are expected to use good common sense and business judgment in their individual dress habits. NOTE: Â It is always appropriate to wear business attire at any and all times. Â Staff involved with Board Meetings are expected to wear business attire for the duration of the meeting or event. Helpful Tips: Pay attention to details, if in doubt don't wear it. Be aware of the condition of your clothing. Â It is important that your clothes are pressed, clean and in good condition. Â Be wrinkle free. Items that are torn, frayed, faded or wrinkled are not appropriate. All shirts should be tucked in and belts worn where appropriate. Examples of items that are appropriate "Docker" style pants (pressed and not faded) Collared shirts Sweaters Vests Skirts, suits and dresses of appropriate length Blazers or sportcoats "Polo" style shirts Short sleeve dress shirts Turtlenecks Skorts/culottes/split skirts of appropriate length Examples of inappropriate casual dress Collar-less shirts Clothing that is faded, frayed or torn Clothing that is too tight, too short or too revealing Sports attire/sweat suits/jogging pants Tank or halter tops T-shirts or sweatshirts Shirts of any kind with inappropriate or suggestive logos, graphics or words Shorts Spandex, form-fitting pants or other "trendy" fashions Stretch pants/leggings/stirrup pants Mini-skirts or spaghetti strap of any kind Casual sandals, clogs or hiking boots Athletic shoes Denim of any kind or color Any type of leather pants It is always appropriate to wear business attire at any and all times. Â Staff involved with Board Meetings are expected to wear business attire for the duration of the meeting or event. The warehouse, mailroom and duplicating staff may wear denim, appropriate T-shirts and athletic shoes but all other items in the dress policy apply, including shirts tucked in.