Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Self Improvement and Being Successful' started by rdsbusiness, Mar 1, 2014.
Hi, Whats Your Favorite Dress Code? Did you like Casual or Professinal?
I can wear all types modern dresses jeans to shirts but in general my dress code should be formal that too very professional look like an official executive.
We have to strictly follow a dress code if we are in a firm.
I would prefer always jeans and tops in office as well ..
Occasionally, I like to wear formal dress.
I am easy-going. My cloths is in fashion but not too much expensive. If stay at home, just wear short and t-shirt. Anyway, it must clean and smell good.
I would prefer professional dresses to make you feel comfortable and always presentable to all the people you will meet.
Black and white..
I think that is needed to be in right close in the right place.
I wore a tie for years working in an office - I much prefer my casual attire I wear now working from my shop. One thing I used to really dislike were the office theme days, especially here in Texas, the "Go Cowboy" or "rodeo" days when the rodeo is in town - I haven't owned a pair of cowboy boots since I was a little kid and was always one of the few that went in wearing my usual dress attire lmao
I prefer cotton sarees it looks simple and professional.
I always like to wear casual clothes. They are comfortable and make you look hip. Although, during business meeting, I like to dress formally.
We have a dress code in office. For non-managerial, there is the prescribed uniform of long sleeve shirt for men and skirt and blouse for women. For the executives, anything that is semi-formal or casual formal is allowed although the women should have a blazer while the men must have a necktie. For me, slacks is my favorite attire that goes with a blazer. That's why I have a lot of blazers in my wardrobe cabinet.
I really love being in a dress. I am the type of girl who's a little bit feminine and who loves pretty dresses. Dress is considered sort of my uniform already.
I like wearing casual clothes that are comfortable but you can dress them up later at night for some partying or client meet up. A good pair of dark jeans and a nice shirt with good thread count then top it with a jacket to dress it up.
I actually prefer having a uniform. It means I don't have to buy any new clothes and makes getting dressed in the morning a doddle.
I would go for casual wear because I feel more comfortable with it. But if it's needed or required I don't mind wearing formal.
Both will be my favorite. I will wear professional for meetings and rest full casulas
Smart casual attire. I don't like business attire - it's hard to look professional all the time. Smart casual attire makes me look like me
Since I work from home, I don't need to interact with others so much, therefore I can wear what I want. However, when I'm visiting the bank manager I dress smartly. Same goes when I'm in a meeting with a work-for-hire client as it's wise to make a good impression. Otherwise, I'll wear something comfortable around the home office as I also work more efficiently.
formal dress suits everyone