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Shorts today - it's in the 80s outside. Polo shirt (with collar - Susan on
Maui knows how "dressed-up" a collared shirt is). Running Shoes and socks.
Occasionally I get an email stating that a client/potential client is coming
to the office and to wear more formal business attire. That means
Docker-type pants, the same polo shirt, and leather shoes. Then the client
leaves and all is normal again.
The only time I wore a tie to this job was for my interview. My boss said
it's the last time he wanted to see me in a tie, and I have dutifully
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