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#1 11 years ago

Oh man, ya'll are pervs!! LOL What I'm curious about is what your dress code is like where you work? Most places I've worked have been business casual but have come to realize that business casual isn't what it used to be. Used to be nice slacks and maybe a button down. Now it appears to be shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops. Which is quite alright. The more comfortable I am, the better I perform. At least that's what my girlfriend says! :) How about a new category of dress codes like movie ratings? Any thoughts? Scott Next time without the ads, cheers. -LW




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#2 11 years ago

Infantry combat boots, ACU pants, and a brown t-shirt.

Still haven't changed out of my uniform after the run this morning.




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#3 11 years ago

I got a timberland shirt on with a pair of black jean shorts.

I can wear anything withen reason to school. At work I usually wear a short sleeved shirt, long jeans and a pair of old tennis shoes. I work in a warehouse, so I should have steel-toed boots, but I have yet to get a pair. I am going to see if i can get a pair before winter though.




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#4 11 years ago

Ahhh, college. How I love the way you can let me get away in any form of outfit, even fancydress on national Pirate day (sighs)

I totally agree, being able to feel comfortable physically can have a positive effect on your attitude towards work. However, if you are making an impression, it should be suits and tie all the way.

(Trust me, I study communications :nodding::D:p)

And now, to bed!




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#5 11 years ago

Grey and blue striped boxers.




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#6 11 years ago

My birthday suit.




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#7 11 years ago

Light blue polo top with a black rimmed white strip on it and navy trim on the end of the sleeve, khaki big dog pants, and variously colored grey/dark shoes.




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#8 11 years ago

Cat_FuzzAhhh, college. How I love the way you can let me get away in any form of outfit, even fancydress on national Pirate day (sighs)

I totally agree, being able to feel comfortable physically can have a positive effect on your attitude towards work. However, if you are making an impression, it should be suits and tie all the way.

(Trust me, I study communications :nodding::D:p)

And now, to bed!

Communications major are ya? How is life with no work?




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#9 11 years ago

My school lets you wear anything as long as there are no ads for drugs/alcohol, weapons, or sex on your clothes.

Right now i'm wearing camo pants and a black t-shirt.




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#10 11 years ago
Ma DeuceCommunications major are ya? How is life with no work?

take it your in the army... hows life killing innocent people for the most facist man on the planet?

btw im wearing my pjs right now...