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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Ah, I understood they were given a real choice. It's sad if it works like that. Start your own business! It's inhumane to expect people to wear a tie without a jacket.
My APC are size 28 or 29 but they're 7-8 yrs old so sizing was more realistic back then.
Ewe don't count, Sheepy.
Dig's OTJ (retail management) dress code
Monday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Tuesday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Wednesday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Thursday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Friday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Saturday: Black shirt / khaki pants
Sunday: Black shirt / khaki pants
JAB is advertising Father's Day specials on the radio for today only. OCBD shirts for $25. I have not found any other cotton dress shirts in black that are a better quality. Brooks Brothers does not even sell a solid black shirt.
Its a bit more casual than the Walt with a lower rise, slimmer upper block (not by much). These compare more to Mabitex pants, but sturdier and made in the USA.
No I can not wear a SC. My first day I came in with a navy blazer a chinos and they were so mad they told me to put my jacket in my car and then I'll start. We have about 200 employees and the only time anyone wears a jacket is when a lawyer is coming back from court. Jackets are prohibited at the office. I wish we were given the option, but we arent.
And I'm not really an intern. I thought I was going to be an intern but I'm basically part file clerk and part paralegal for my department. I work 35 hour weeks and get paid. So its a little better deal then being a tradition intern.
Incredible. It's the washing machine / television / mobile phone salesman costume over here.
Let's raise a toast to Brooks Brothers!
This is the part that gets me. That something so meaningless would inspire any sort of emotion from them is bewildering.
He works at a law firm. Any emotion from them is bewildering. Random bullshit? Not so bewildering.
Exactly. A dispassionate, "You can't wear that here. Put it in your car," would be expected. But mad? Thassnutz.
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