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    what are we all expected to wear for work ?
    the company i work for are uk based, and we are required to wear black trouses,company button up shirt,smart black shoes and a tie.
    preferably a black or dark grey suite but nobody bothers with that.


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    Re: work wear

    Pretty relaxed at our place. Smart trousers and shoes. Polo shirt or shirt (no tie).

    It didn't say that I couldn't do it in the manual.

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    Usually I wear jeans, golf shirt (or regular collared shirt) and either my Adidas shell toes or Nike Cortez's. Sometimes if it's hot outside I'll wear shorts instead of jeans...

    But I'm trying, Ringo. I'm trying real hard... to be the Shepherd.

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    Well if I wear khakis or tan colored pants...it's a B/W machine day...if I wear black or dark colored pants...it's a color day....we wear casual pull over dress shirts....I actually wear my steel toed combat boots from the Army....and I refuse to wear a tie...that would be annoying and a saftey hazard...

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    Clothes

    There are 10 types of people in this world, those who understand binary maths and those who don't

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Debs1964 View Post
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    *** wistful sigh***
    I hear disappointment from the peanut gallery.

    I take my cues from Johnny Cash: All black; heavy long sleeve button up work shirt and pants, black socks, & T-shirt, black dress shoes, black suspenders.
    It's from all those years swimming in black toner. The only clothes that appear clean start out black.

    =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    *** wistful sigh***
    I hear disappointment from the peanut gallery.

    I take my cues from Johnny Cash: All black; heavy long sleeve button up work shirt and pants, black socks, & T-shirt, black dress shoes, black suspenders.
    It's from all those years swimming in black toner. The only clothes that appear clean start out black.

    =^..^=
    We dress alike, except I use a belt and wear a Hawaiian shirt on Fridays. Also like the Johnny Cash reference. I am a big fan.

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    all black like Mr. Cash, right down to the cowboy boots, no need to match socks.
    Here in BC the tie was deemed a safety hazard for service technicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    ... Here in BC the tie was deemed a safety hazard for service technicians.
    In my youth I inadvertently fed my tie through the single sheet bypass of a Mita DC-313Z. When it started getting really tight, I used the cutters fortuitously in my right hand to hack through the tie. It fed all the way to the exit tray, printed with an image of the space shuttle. You remember that Sel-Drum Test Sheet? It didn't even jam.

    If you're going to try this, I recommend removing the tie first. =^..^=

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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by spacedust View Post
    what are we all expected to wear for work ?
    the company i work for are uk based, and we are required to wear black trouses,company button up shirt,smart black shoes and a tie.
    preferably a black or dark grey suite but nobody bothers with that.
    As long as you must wear a tie, be absolutely sure to have a good tie clip. Back in the day when I had to wear a tie for work, I learned that very bad things happened when my tie got caught up in the works.


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