Re: Work Attire

Subject: Re: Work Attire
From: "J. Ressler" <jressler -at- ewa-denver -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 12:24:13 -0600

I'm attempting to break in some new hiking shoes today, coupled with shorts and a polo shirt. It took a lot for me to dress down from slacks and a nice shirt, but now I see nothing wrong with it. Next week I might wear slacks and a button down, just depends what is clean I guess. If I wanted to wear a tank top and cut offs I might get some humorous comments, but I certainly wouldn't be thought less professional. There are several people here who probably don't even own slacks. When the customer is in town some of us do dress a little more 'professional', but not all of us.

This reminds me of a thread about 2 years ago when I first joined the list about different interview attire. In a recent advanced public speaking class I mentioned that it is not always appropriate to wear a suit to an interview. Needless to say, no one in the class agreed with me. The thread was interesting to me because it pointed out cultural differences in such U.S. locales like Boston, New York, Dallas, the South, Silicon Valley, and the Northwest. I think it was a very informative and subjective thread.

Wow, I bet the people who have subscribed for a while are sick of seeing this topic...

Who is headed for the mountains of Colorado


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