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business casual?!?!

 
#1 business casual?!?!
03/06/2008 14:20

pp

Just about to start new job...

Apart from obviously suits when seeing clients

what do you guys wear? suits with open neck shirts and cufflinks or smart chino's and shirt with rolled up sleeves and suede shoes??

personally i'm not a fan of short sleeved shirts, whats your opinion??

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#2 RE: business casual?!?!
03/06/2008 14:28

anon to pp (#1)

Go smart - less the tie.

Then you can change to whatever everyone else is wearing (if you care that much) on day 2.

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#3 RE: business casual?!?!
03/06/2008 16:08

dutchconsultant.baywords.com to pp (#1)

Personally I would never wear a short sleeved shirt to work... perhaps in my free time but not office/client.

Business casual: don't wear a tie

Business extra casual: don't wear the jacket+tie

Casual: consider a short sleeved shirt

Personal/private: anything else...

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#4 RE: business casual?!?!
03/06/2008 20:03

Bob to dutchconsultant.baywords.com (#3)

Only wear a short sleeved shirt if you're selling software.

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#5 RE: business casual?!?!
04/06/2008 15:32

anon to Bob (#4)

SAP for example

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#6 RE: business casual?!?!
04/06/2008 16:14

coşkun to pp (#1)

hello ı am saylor ı nat work

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#7 RE: business casual?!?!
05/06/2008 11:03

lady to coşkun (#6)

Hi

Can someone please advise on business-casual attire for women? I'm starting my first 'real' job and this is the dress code for our training at the beginning. Is it trousers and smart tops, but not shirts? I don't like asking trivial questions like this (no offence to original poster) but really haven't a clue..

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#8 RE: business casual?!?!
05/06/2008 11:25

SchmoDa to lady (#7)

I really hate "business casual" since it implies clothes I would loathe to wear in any other situation. In a perfect world work attire should be either full on suits etc or wear what you like within reason ie tshirts etc. Anything in between pisses me right off but thats just my two cents.

@lady email HR, they won't mind answering you and will advise as to the appropriate dress code. It will quickly become apparent what the story is when you start anway.

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#9 RE: business casual?!?!
05/06/2008 12:15

SPUK to Bob (#4)

classic haha

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