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I don't think the dress code of your office has much to do with the
level of professionalism. Some of the biggest goofs I've know were also
the "snappy dressers." And in the tech world, I trust a developer in
jeans and a tee shirt more than I trust one in a suit & tie. I guess I
do buy into the idea that they're so good at what they do that they
don't need to wear a monkey suit to prove anything to anyone.
We have the business casual thing at my office, except Friday, and
EVERYONE wears jeans on Friday. Not an glimpse of khaki to be seen.
Victoria J. Nuttle
Technical Writer, Creative Automation
vnuttle -at- cauto -dot- com
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