What type of clothes do you wear for your work?

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What type of clothes do you wear for your work?

Liz2 Liz2
I suddenly realized that I don't own any decent clothes, other then a black skirt and a number of blouses, I bought for interviews.
Even though my present position is considered professional, my work outfit consists of jeans, khakis and various T'S. In cold weather; topped by sweaters.
Just wondering if I am unique in this?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
I work from home, so clothes are not an issue.
Diabolical Kitty , Mrs. Bitch Magnet
2  (5%)
I am a student, so.......
Pink Jewel , mizzmilla
2  (5%)
Casual, a step or two up from jeans.
LennaKieran , ToyTimeTim , js250 , B8trDude , bayosgirl , slynch , EastCoast36 , Eva Schwaltz
8  (21%)
I wear slacks, a suit or a dress for work. Required!
Kissaki , dv8 , The Curious Couple , A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) , indiglo , Miss Morphine
6  (15%)
I wear a uniform, nurse, armed services, police officer, etc.
Taylor , P'Gell , JessCee , Sunshineamine , darthkitt3n , zracer , Lummox , leatherlover , Pixel
9  (23%)
Whatever I feel like
Lucky21 , ThoughtsAblaze , bunny love , married with children , Jul!a , angel142stx
6  (15%)
I am not employed outside my home at present.
1  (3%)
And of course, other.....
cherryredhead88 , AngelvMaynard , EdenG , Orion , Ms. Spice
5  (13%)
Total votes: 39
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cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
Originally posted by Liz2
I suddenly realized that I don't own any decent clothes, other then a black skirt and a number of blouses, I bought for interviews.
Even though my present position is considered professional, my work outfit consists of jeans, khakis and ...
I am still a student but I didn't select that option because I still dress like I am going to work the majority of the time.

I am a business student so I want to keep my image professional and clean. I believe that it helps me keep my demeanor with my goals in mind. I also like to grab up networking opportunities or future job possibilities wherever I can, and you never know when that will happen!

I also learned recently that a lot about my body language and clothes were sending off the wrong signal. I already know that the majority of communication is nonverbal (98% I think?) but I never realized that tank tops and shorter shorts (not booty short but close) send off a "Hey, look at me! I'm sexual!" type of message.

Not that there is necessarily anything wrong with that, but when I am trying to build a professional image I don't want to be viewed as promiscuous.
P'Gell P'Gell
When I see clients I wear scrubs. Never white or blue scrubs, they scare babies and little children.

I mostly wear pretty pink or scrubs with pictures of cute things on them, so the babies don't cry. I swear babies are born with a fear of white and blue scrubs.
JessCee JessCee
I am looking for a job now... when I do work, I'll be wearing scrubs.
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
I'm a stay at home mom so I can wear pretty much anything I want. The wilder and crazier I dress, the more fun my kids have.
Mrs. Bitch Magnet Mrs. Bitch Magnet
I usually don't have a whole lot of clothes on I stay at home with the kiddos and they are still young enough I don't have to get dressed. When I go back to work I will be back in scrubs.
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I'm required to wear navy blue polos and khaki pants. Really hoping to go back to my old job, where I could just wear jeans and t-shirts.
EdenG EdenG
I was going to first select casual, but my idea of that is wearing jeans and a nice top. At my work you can wear pretty much whatever you want. Just day to day clothes as long as you are appropriate and presentable.
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
I voted casual but I can wear jeans or shorts, the jeans cannot have holes and the shorts have to be knee length or so. The big no-no is T shirts, can't wear them. Tennis shoes are fine but no flip flops or open toe shoes. I can also wear a hat as long as it has the company logo or is plain.
Orion Orion
I said other but it is semi casual. I have to wear denim jeans and long sleeved 100% cotton tshirts with 100% cotton or Kevlar sleeves. Composite toed shoes made from leather so as to not catch fire to easily. Four pairs of 100% cotton gloves or kevlar. I work for Toyota in an aluminum foundry so everything has to be all naturally fire resistant.
Lucky21 Lucky21
We don't have a dress code. Most people wear jeans and tee-shirts. But I do like wearing polos, dress shirts and others, with my jeans of course.
js250 js250
Jeans and t-shirts. My nice clothes get ruined during production.
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
i work in a cafeteria so i wear my gym shorts and t shirt. i wish i could dress nicer
Kim! Kim!
We're are allowed to wear jeans but no t-shirts since I work third shift. I wear dresses and skirts almost every day now that it's warm out. I could probably count on one hand the numer of times that I have worn pants to work this summer. Or anywhere else, really.
Plus, I'm planning on applying to move to a better postion so I want to give off a more professional image.
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
The dress code in my company's manual is one sentence that says something like, "Please dress appropriately for the work day," and when I was hired, HR told me not to wear PJs. It's a super casual place: some folks dress up a little more, but since most of the employees are in their mid-20s, we almost all just come in jeans t-shirts or other casual attire.
The Curious Couple The Curious Couple
I work in a restaurant, and I'm required to wear black slacks and a dark polo.
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I'm a server, so I wear black pants/shorts and a decent top.
married with children married with children
I just have to wear some kind of pants, a shirt that covers your shoulders and boots that have ankle support.
indiglo indiglo
I dress professionally when I go somewhere, and my comfies when I work from home.
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
Depending on the type of work I will be doing I either dress in suits/dresses or casual clothing. For things like installing art work I wear my grubbies, but I also have days that require suit separates, etc.
leatherlover leatherlover
I am a pilot so uniform for me. The worst part is in the winter. Those pants are so thin, I feel like I am wearing nothing. Brrrrr!
Eva Schwaltz Eva Schwaltz
Mainly dressy casual clothing, but I can dress down if I want to.
Jul!a Jul!a
I have two jobs, but I can wear pretty much whatever I want. For my day job because I work from home and my night job since I don't work with customers and I'm in after hours as long as I'm dressed somewhat decently I don't have to follow the dress code. For instance nobody says anything about my flip flops, sweatpants, pj pants, shorts, tank tops, or purple hair lol.
Pixel Pixel
EMT here, so my uniform is a pair of blue trauma pants, company t-shirt, and a button down uniform shirt.
mizzmilla mizzmilla
I'm a student but I work at a sandwich shop so we can wear jeans and the company T-shirt.
Kilgorescowboy Kilgorescowboy
jeans and a tshirt
Total posts: 26
Unique posters: 26