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2009-01-16
Name: Editor How do you dress up for work? What is the dress code imposed by your company? Do you think professional dressing is necessary at work?
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2009-01-16
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Name: Bhakti
Subject:  have to wear uniform
My mother was a teacher and their school had dress code and that too a sari. Everyday they have to wear sari only. I am working with an NGO and we have uniform. We have to wear a brown trouser and a white colour full sleeves shirt with a sleeve less brown jacket. We have company’s logo imprinted on the jacket. We also have to carry a handbag provided by the company to look alike. I think uniform is not a great idea as you do not get chance to be creative with your clothing. I would like to wear different dresses including pants, shirts, dresses, and kurtas, but I have no choice. Hopefully the next company I would join does not have any uniform.
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2009-01-16
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Name: Sameer
Subject:  do not wear t-shirts please
I think it means no jeans, t-shirts, or athletic shoes even if they are new and clean. I think they mean chinos or khakis for trousers, a shirt with a collar (Polo shirt or sport shirt), leather casual shoes and dark socks. Observe what the supervisors and star performers wear, and you probably won' t go wrong. Usually it is best to wear formal clothes at work. For god’s sake avoid wearing jeans and t-shirt for work. I work in a clothes manufacturing company in accounts department and our company has strict dress code. We are allowed to wear casuals on Saturday and that day is known as ‘casual Saturday’. Though it is a casual Saturday, we are not allowed to wear skin reveling blouses or t-shirts with controversial quotes. Otherwise everyone loves casual Saturday.
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2009-01-16
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Name: Diana
Subject:  no dress code for me
I work in a fashion industry. I just joined as an intern under a well-known fashion designer. Well, there is not any dress code as such in our office. One day I had a word with my boss and she told me that as we are fashion designers there is no need to follow the rules of the corporate world here. I like to wear one piece most of the time. I set aside a sum of money every month so that I could enjoy my part of shopping. I agree that one does not need to have lots of money for shopping good quality clothes. I shop in malls and on roadside too. I enjoy shopping on road as I really enjoy bargaining. I can bargain pretty well. I go shopping on shopping usually on Saturdays.
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