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General Chat Thread, What do you wear to work? in General; Odd question, but curious. Do people wear business dress such as suits, or tend to lean more towards lab coats ...
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    What do you wear to work?

    Odd question, but curious.

    Do people wear business dress such as suits, or tend to lean more towards lab coats etc.

    Do your schools have a staff dress code?

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    There are several threads on this topic
    Poll: Dress code

    Our dress code is "smart, no jeans, ties for men"

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    I wear navy polo shirt, fleece and dark jeans with steel toe trainers. (I keep smart stuff in the office but its never touched!)

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    shirt and tie, it's the school dress code.

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    Depends on the day, as we plan everything the day before. If it is going to be a messy day, jeans/jogging bottoms and a tshirt with trainers. A normal run of the mill day would be shirt, trousers, tie (optional), shoes or black trainers.

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    Shirt, tie, trousers and shoes. Got some scruffs in the desk for when i get down and dirty though.

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    School issued black cargoes, poloshirt/short sleeve shirt with school logo and my name and dept, black safety boots/shoes

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    Stilettos and a basque...

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    shoes shirt trousers

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    I'm employed by one site to take care of several others so smart is the general theme.

    I go for shoes, trousers, shirt & tie. I also add a waistcoat as it allows me to keep my tie out of the way.

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    Suit and tie on Monday and more casual on the rest of the week, but no jeans and shirts must have a collar

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    I used to wear a shirt and trousers but these days i just wear some thick worker trousers and any old tshirt with a pair of high-tops/trainers.

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    Smart trousers, shirt (no tie) and black shoes.

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    We used to wear shirts and ties, but when our nice clothes were getting ruined from being in ceilings and crawling under dirty, dusty desks and covered in stuff from drilling holes for cabling, we petitioned for some work wear.

    We now have polo shirts, jumpers and sweaters provided by the school, with the school logo on and "ICT" underneath. I am also getting away with wearing black jeans, because they're jet black and more durable than trousers. This happened a few years ago and started a trend. The Science techs and cover supervisors now have their own kit in different colours. Ours is black, science get red, cover supers get blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
    Stilettos and a basque...
    Haha - I just wear smart casual - trousers, shoes and a top/jumper.
    Sometimes a dress although not always the best idea in this job!

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