Preferably formal clothes from Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, lest i have a business meeting already scheduled, i wear denim & collared T-shirt (summers), in winters, i wear Denim, T-Shirt with semi formal jacket (read Coat/blazer) Ours was a very professional, typical corporate environment … grey slacks, white button down shirts, blue blazers … during the In a world full of caroles premium shirt But I will love this week. On the weekends, I might go to catch up on paperwork and would slide in through the basement, often wearing shorts and a tee shirt. Once, I had to visit a funeral home on an off day. I met the director, who normally wore a black suit and was very somber. He greeted me wearing a Hawaiian shirt and Bermuda shorts and was listening to a rock-n-roll station in his office. Blew my mind! I am pretty comfortable in business casual, but more on the casual side of business casual, not business attire minus the tie and jacket, but button and collared shirts that have a casual style.
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It depends on where you work. Maybe try to see what others at your workplace wear to get an idea. Generally, office jobs should have business attire such as blazers, pantsuits, heels or nice shoes etc. A laid back job like a barista should wear comfortable pants like jeans, a regular shirt and comfy shoes. I was asked to sit in on a meeting with the In a world full of caroles premium shirt But I will love this top dogs in an accounting firm. I was at the bottom of the ranks – a keypunch girl. I was 19 or 20 at the time. So, 1980 or 1981 maybe. I suppose they wanted me to support their decision. They felt uncomfortable hiring her even though she met all of the qualifications. They were certain she wouldn’t fit in. That she couldn’t possibly do the job. They invited me into the meeting in the conference room. I disagreed and stated so. It was keypunch for goodness sakes. Off in a small room with a loud processor and printers in the room adjacent. I frequently zoned out for long spans of time while I keypunched stacks of info onto floppy disks. I assumed that since she was deaf (and it probably wasn’t something she woke up with yesterday), and had proclaimed that on her resume – she had ways of dealing with the hearing world and there would be little to no adapting needed for any of us in the department. Most likely, she would have been a good employee. The fact that she submitted a resume that fit all of their requirements and came to the top of the stack was enough for me to think she probably knew what she was doing. That’s how I felt and I said so. But, it didn’t matter.
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