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"Now imagine how good that would look completely sweated through on the twenty-third street subway platform."
Tags:suit, suits, business attire, business suit, business suits, dress code, dress-codes, dress sense, subway, subways, underground, heating, ac, train, trains, railway, railways, sweat, sweating, sweated, sweats, perspiration, bo, commute, commutes, commuter, commuters, commuting, public transport, public transportation
"It's a business hoodie."
For The Sentimental ExecutiveThe Charm Tie
"I want it to look good, but not ill-gotten-gains good."
Tags:executive, executives, manager, managers, boss, bosses, business executive, business executives, business manager, business managers, gender issue, gender issues, gender inequality, sexist, sexists, misogyny, misogynist, misogynists, suit, suits, business wear, women in business, glass ceiling, the glass ceiling, modern life, business attire, professionalism, unprofessional
"We're supposed to attend a conference on business-casual ethics."
Tags:businessmen, businessman, business conference, business conferences, business ethics, corporate ethics, business-casual, meetings, meeting, dress code, dress codes, dress-code, dress-codes, business attire, business-casual, business/casual, office clothes, office attire, business suit, business suits
"I just love these casual fridays."
Tags:fashions, mens fashion, mens fashions, men's fashion, men's fashions, tie, ties, necktie, neckties, suit, suits, modern life, impracticable, impracticality, tie roll, tie rolls, first world problems, business wear, business dress, business attire, neck tie, neck ties, illogical, storage, storage solution, storage solutions, tie roller case, tie roller cases, fault, faulty
Tags:offices, office worker, office workers, business man, business men, business person, business people, businessman, businessmen, businessperson, scruff, scruffy, self-presentation, self presentation, company image, perception, perception management, below standard, below standards, shabby, messy, spy, spying, keeping tabs, big brother, big-brother, big brother is watching you, company perception, company perceptions, brand perception, brand perceptions, suit, suits, smart, smartness, uniform, business attire, business clothes, business clothing
'Dress down day' was YESTERDAY!
"Here, take this and give it back to the Man - I don't need your corrupt society anymore."
Tags:penguin, penguins, bird, birds, suit, suits, the man, boss, bosses, corrupt, corruption, corrupt society, corrupt societies, rebel, rebels, rebellion, rebellions, uprising, uprisings, youthful rebellions, non conformity, business suit, business suits, business attire, inequality, non-compliance, capitalism, capitalist society
"By 'dress down day', most of us mean not wearing a jacket!"
Tags:dress-down friday, dress-down fridays, dress down friday, dress down fridays, dress-down day, dress-down days, dress down day, dress down days, dress down friday, dress down fridays, casual friday, casual fridays, smart clothes, casual wear, business wear, business attire, dress code, dress codes
"What? You guys don't 'do' casual Fridays?"
Tags:casual friday, casual fridays, penguin, penguins, penguin suit, penguin suits, business attire, business suit, business suits, penguin colony, penguin colonies, dress-down friday, dress-down fridays, dress down friday, dress down fridays, dress code, dress codes, business attire, formal clothes, casual wear, casual clothes
"Thanks for coming into the office Jenkins. I know you usually work from home."
Tags:home office, home offices, telecommute, telecommutes, telecommuting, telecommuted, working from home, workload, workloads, work-load, work-loads, office job, office jobs, office worker, office workers, dress code, dress codes, dress-code, dress-codes, business attire, business suit, business suits
"If you want to work here, you're going to have to dress in business-a-tire."
"Your Casual Friday's have slipped into Casual Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays..."
Tags:dress code, dress codes, dress-code, dress-codes, business attire, business suit, business suits, casual friday, casual fridays, dress-down friday, dress-down fridays, dress down friday, dress down fridays, office job, office jobs, office worker, office workers, personal appearance, slob, slobs
"Wait, I'll go down with you. I'm just changing back into my rubber-soled actionwear."
Tags:shoe, shoes, actionwear, rubber sole, rubber soles, pump, pumps, tennis shoe, tennis shoes, appropriate footwear, footwear, feet, sneaker, sneakers, trainer, trainers, feminism, feminist, feminists, workplace, formal wear, formal dress, formal dressing, business attire, run out, runs out, running out
The Attache Case Building
"A tattoo? You're kidding. It sure looks like a suit."
Tags:business man, business men, business people, business person, businessman, businessmen, businessperson, business suit, business suits, suit, suits, fashions, business clothes, business clothing, business attire, modern life, office worker, office workers, tattoo, tattoos, getting a tattoo, getting tattoos, getting tattooed, tattooed, convenient, convenience, hidden tattoo, hidden tattoos, illusion, illusions, mens fashion, men's fashion
"They tell me you're a nincompoop, Henderson, but you certainly do know how to maintain a crease."
Tags:idiot, idiots, idiocy, priority, priorities, business, hiring, hired, hire, new hire, new job, desk job, business fashion, formal business, business attire, attire, interview, interviewed, press, pressed, suit press, pressed suit, crease, creases, creased, maintain, maintenance, incompetent, incompetence, management, manager, managing, nincompoop, modern life, modern world, talent, talents, value, values, dress, dress the part, fake it, fake it til you make it, employ, employed, new job, new career, congratulations
"The ties on my shoulders are my power and lucky ties. The boss gave me this one in front."
"I think Frank may be working from home too much!"
Tags:work from home, working from home, telecommutes, home office, home offices, slobbery, dress code, dress codes, business attire, telecommute, telecommuting, dress code, underwear, casual clothes, teleworking, slob, slobbish, untidy, sloppy, beard, unshaven, casual, casual fridays, pants, office, employee, job, very casual, undergarments, sock, slippers, vest, suit, formal setting, formal, from home
"Looks like pant suits."
July25, 1979: Shirley Splatz experiences the downside to her first, 'Dress Down Day'.
"Flip Flops are never acceptable."