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Dress Codes are for People with Benefits

March 30, 2010

From a sartorial perspective if you give me an inch, it will take a yard. When I interviewed for my current freelance position, the hiring manager told me the dress code was on the casual side of business casual.

She should have just said there is a dress code, but we don’t enforce it. At. All. as that would have been a more apt description of the office environment. For the most part I try to make some sort of effort (no point in letting good clothes go to waste), but when it rains, I give up. As evidenced above. I know that leggings are not appropriate office attire (even in the most casual of settings) but I’ll comply with the dress code when I’m an actual employee.

Vera Vera Wang Cardigan (Kohl’s)
Silk Ombre Tank (Sears)
Leggings (Target)
Necklace (The Gap)
Boots (Charlotte Ronson)

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