Casual Day today!

@maezee (31943)
United States
March 13, 2016 6:17am CST
Well I am working on this wonderful Sunday and decided it was casual day. That is right, jeans and a hoodie and sneakers for this gal. Then again, one of the few perks of my job is that there is no dress code, just "within reason" - no short shorts etc. I usually try to dress up during the week but allow myself to be a little more lqx on Sundays. What is your dress code at work like? If there is no dress code - do you make an effort on certain days to dress nicer than others? Do tell!
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@else34 (13610)
• New Delhi, India
13 Mar 16
@maezee,I work as a clerk in a company.During office hours I wear white trousers and white shirt.When I have to attend a social function,I like to wear our traditional dhoti and kurta.
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@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
Does it bother you or are you used to it?
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@else34 (13610)
• New Delhi, India
14 Mar 16
@maezee Dhoti-kurta is our traditional dress.I usually wear dhoti-kurta and have got used to it.It's our cultural dress.
@marlina (72523)
• Canada
13 Mar 16
When I was working we had to dress properly.
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@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
What does properly mean? Do explain.
@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
13 Mar 16
Jeans and blouse :)
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@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
Thats what I do also. And a little cardigan!
• Delhi, India
13 Mar 16
I dress nicer only when I am going out to attend any special wedding or function.
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@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
Nice that your job has that level of flexibility
@cherriefic (4390)
• Baguio, Philippines
13 Mar 16
We dont have a strict dresscode. I like the fact that I can wear jeans everyday.
@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
Me too! I love it! I cant imagine going back to a job where you have to dress nice!
• Baguio, Philippines
14 Mar 16
@maezee It's gonna be tough to do that everyday. I only dress up when we have a client around.
@Corbin5 (102611)
• United States
13 Mar 16
I taught for over 30 years and the dress code for teachers changed over the years. Before I retired, teachers were allowed to wear jeans on Friday, but the new principle put an end to that. I am glad she did because teachers really are role models for kids and should wear appropriate clothing that fits the importance of the position.
@maezee (31943)
• United States
14 Mar 16
Indeed! That makes sense to me. I talk on the phone for a living so I see no clients in person.