Do you need to dress spiffy at work?

United States
March 31, 2009 3:24pm CST
Do you require to dress spiffy at work? Or you can wear casual clothings? I can wear casual clothing at work, because I am only a technician.
8 responses
@besthope44 (12141)
• India
30 Apr 10
Well i do wear casual clothings at fridays only. Rest days we require to dress spiffy. And we need to abide the rules including the dress codes.
• China
15 Aug 09
Our company in this regard but there is no request too much, as long as you can to keep clean. Hoeever, I think the dress neatly, but can reflect a company's standardization. Both advantages and disadvantages, however, many large companies, are the work of neat equipment, our snall and medium-sized enterprises, there will be no need for those.
@amoyube1980 (2233)
• Somalia
23 Apr 09
we can wear anything at work as long as it's not sleeveless, the skirts not higher than 3 inches from the knees, no capri pants and no shorts. If our jackets have hoods, were not supposed to wear them either, nor any hat pr bonnets allowed.
@bowtieguy (5924)
• United States
23 Apr 09
I feel that it is important to have a professional look when leading others. I am always dressed my best dya in and out and require a fraction of that from my employees. It also gives everyone a better appriciation for their job and environment when dressed better then they normally would be.
• United States
2 Apr 09
I can pretty much wear whatever I want, which ends up being casual. I prefer jeans to any other pant. As long as I don't wear anything that reveals too much, I don't get in trouble.
@France7 (385)
• Philippines
1 Apr 09
In my case, it does not matter whether I wear casual ones or formal ones because the company where I work with is not so strict when it comes to type of clothing. The dress code that it has is that as long as it is clean, is respectable, and comfortable:)
@Wizzywig (7858)
31 Mar 09
In my main job, I have to wear a uniform and in my secondary job I tend to wear smartish casual... something that will wash well.
@moneymommy (3419)
• United States
31 Mar 09
I will have to wear professional clothing at my new job. I am used to wearing professional clothing so that will not be an issue. I have also worked at jobs where I could wear what ever I wanted.