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What do you normally wear on Mondays at work?

What do you normally wear on Mondays at work?

  • Suit, shirt, and tie

  • Suit and shirt, no tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, jacket or sport coat, tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, jacket or sport coat, no tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, no tie or jacket

  • Casual trousers and shirt (polo, t-shirt, etc.)


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TimothyF

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I consider Monday the most formal, with a slide down to Casual Friday over the next weekdays. But this is personal
 

tweedlover

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Have been retired now going on 4 years. So, nowadays Mondays might lead to not getting dressed at all:p seriously, though, had worked as a professional in a healthcare setting and did not alter my dressing patterns from Monday thru Friday which typically involved some sort of jacket and tie.
 

TomTom

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Monday morning uniform for me is, Navy suit (birdseye , herringbone or pinstripe ) , shirt, tie, formal shoes black, dark brown or oxblood(depends how I feel).I like to start the week on a strong note and about Thursday I move to Sport coat, tie, odd trousers, loafers. Friday is dress down where I work so chinos, oxford shirts, some sort of knitwear (polos in the summer), my Belstaff jacket at the moment , chukka boots.
 

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Frequently, dress shirt, tie, and either dress trousers or corduroy slacks depending on the weather. Of course, a sports coat. Don't frequently do suits.

If it's really cold, I go with a turtle neck or sweater. If I wear a sweater, I don't go for a tie underneath.
 

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Another vote for the much derided business casual. Don't know if my suits still fit. I like to feel smart but not stuffy or try-hard. Soft easy wash shirt and trouser options to avoid dry cleaning or ironing. Depending on the weather I tend to opt for
  • chukkas, brogues or boots (never sneakers)
  • Smart slim chinos, moleskin or cords
  • Casual button down collar shirt (varies from linen to cotton to flannel)
  • tie (for dress code only) usually knitted
  • sports jacket (variously linen, jersey, corduroy or tweed etc)
  • Undershirt when cold not knitwear
  • Raincoat, peacoat or overcoat, scarf as appropriate. I have also just bought a Barbour for this winter.
 

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Proper Cloth shirt, Lululemon chino-adjacent pents, a Patagonia or white coat, and loafers. As a resident my bespoke suits and Lobb/EG/Fukuda shoes stay firmly in my closet, I dare not rock the boat.
 

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Work from home, and generally stay put.
LL Bean wicked good moccasins; socks - Mes Chausettes Rouge, Darn Tough, or Farm to Feet; chinos from Bonobos or corduroys from Spoke / no belt; long-sleeve dress shirt unbuttoned at neck / no tie; if it's warmer, I'll roll up the sleeves, and if it's cooler, I'll add a sweater vest or a sweater. I also put a handkerchief in my front pocket to remind myself I am civilized, and if I am very lucky I remember to remove it before putting my pants in the washing machine.
 

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I also work from home.
Hot weather - t shirt or workout t shirt and workout pants

Fall/winter - Sweat pants with a long sleeve t shirt and a hoody.
When I have to go out for more than 30 mins. Il wear jeans and a light down jacket to run errands with Grant stone boots.
 

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Drakes cashmere cardigan, reigning champ tshirt, Lululemon ABC pants.

I work from home so that’s pretty much every day in the fall/winter :)
 

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As with many questions, my answer depends on the situation and what I've got going that particular Monday.

Primarily, I work virtually. Typically, Mondays are home office days and Zoom-intensive. Thus, I'm well-dressed (button-down shirt or knit polo) from the waist up, and, depending on the season, my other half is clad in shorts, joggers, or flannel jammy bottoms.

For face-to-face meetings on Mondays (breakfasts or lunches), I wear a sports jacket, shacket, or sweater -- sans tie. These days, neckwear is reserved for speaking engagements.
 
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What do you normally wear on Mondays at work?

  • Suit, shirt, and tie

  • Suit and shirt, no tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, jacket or sport coat, tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, jacket or sport coat, no tie

  • Dress shirt and trousers, no tie or jacket

  • Casual trousers and shirt (polo, t-shirt, etc.)


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