Is that mandatory to wear formals in your office?

India
November 30, 2010 4:07am CST
Hi Friends, I was talking to one of my friend, he is joining a new company with better CTC and facilities. He told that he will have to wear formal cloths for 4 days in a week. I am coming to my office in casuals every day and there is no restriction on what to wear? Do you have any restrictions on cloths or footwears? Thank You.
6 responses
• Philippines
30 Nov 10
There is a dress code in my company but it's not that strict. We only have to wear shoes instead of flip flops, jeans, slacks or cocky or any type of pants, and t-shirts, doesn't matter whether collared or not.
• India
3 Dec 10
That's not too bad. is it all day dress code or you have one day to wear cloths of your choice? Thank you for sharing.
• Philippines
3 Dec 10
Nah. It's pretty much how you want to dress up. You just have to follow the dress code.
• Mexico
30 Nov 10
Hi Ajay Singh Baghel: At this moment I don't need to wear formal while I'm working but that's because I work on a Ciber-Café. However I have studied to be a lwayer so I'll have to wear formal because of my profession. ALVARO
• India
3 Dec 10
thats would be a great profession. An advocate should wear formals for sure. It will look nice and create a professional atmosphare. Thank you and all the best.
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
30 Nov 10
We don't have to wear office wear and there are some rules. Like no torn jeans and tee shirt with messages written on it. As for footwears, no slippers and flip flop.
• India
3 Dec 10
Slippers does not look good in office space. Thank you for sharing.
@sandymay16 (1619)
• Philippines
30 Nov 10
My office is not requiring us staff to wear formals like long sleeves with tie and the like. I work in an organization working for people for development that is always out in the field helping the disadvantaged. So we always are in jeans and shirts even in the office. I use flats or even flipflops and occasionally in high heels in the office and rubber shoes while in the field. Really depends on the setting of the office. Like my former job required us only in casuals but should be modest and decent and not in short shorts or shorts for that matter. But it was kind of hot inside the office with no air conditioning so one day I came in with really short skirt and every one just kind of dropped their jaws LOL.
• India
3 Dec 10
casual does not mean we can wear anything which is not fit for the office culture. It should be presentable enough in office. Thank you for sharing.
• Philippines
30 Nov 10
Our management was not also strict since our company was publications, so we can wear casual or if you want it can also be formal anything you want as long as you don't wear short and slippers.
• India
3 Dec 10
Thats good, we should have freedom in this case for sure and that will add confidence to you. Thank you for sharing.
@shibham (17025)
• India
30 Nov 10
Hi ajay... I am a professor and prefer casual dress according to my age. The seniors wear formal and ask me to wear same. But, i am some kind of adamant guy and i wear what i wish. It just has to suit me as well. Have a nice day.
• India
3 Dec 10
Even I like to dress casual and that way I feel confident. I agree with your thoughts which is similar to mine. Sometime people comment on my cloths as to it's not looking good but I am least bother about them saying so because I fell good is that what matters for me. Thank you for sharing.