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    Your work attire

    What do you wear? I'm considering a one-man protest against shirts and ties. In my last job as a tech between schools, I wore khaki combats and a black polo shirt. This was a lot more comfortable and the trousers a lot tougher than my 8 pair from Asda.

    What do YOU wear?

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    Smart clothing required by all staff here: my interpretation is smart black trousers from M&S and an appropriately smart top.

    My shoes are flat and comfortable; suitable for clambering up ladders/on desks (oops... didn't say that)

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    Shirt and tie - It doesn't bother me unless I've got my head inside a machine, in which case I just tuck my tie into my shirt.

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    I wear trousers and shirt everyday.

    Only problem I have is that as I bike 5 days a week I keep putting 2 little holes in my trousers from the saddle.

    Ben

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    Same. Black shoes, grey trousers, long-sleeved shirt and a tie. Dead cheap at Asda/Tesco - doesn't matter as much when crawling around on floors etc.

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    shirt and tie - but trying to get SMT to allow a polo shirt and combats - unles its for interviews, etc

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    black polo with school name

    black dickies work wear trousers

    black trainers

    I spend far too much time under desks in balls of fluff to wear anything looking nice. I tried it once... didn't work!

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    Pretty relaxed here... anything apart from shorts is allowed..

    Today i'm in Jeans and T-shirt... pretty much like it all the time tho.

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    Today, Jeans and a polo shirt. I've only worn a tie once and that was my first day here.

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    Well this sucks.

    Never mind, over the holidays I'll be turning up in shorts and sandals. YEAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkazoid View Post
    Pretty relaxed here... anything apart from shorts is allowed..

    Today i'm in Jeans and T-shirt... pretty much like it all the time tho.
    that sucks... no shorts!!

    Might get some... for a laugh :P

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    Full suit, shirt, tie, jacket, the lot. If I have to crawl around under a desk, which doesn't happen too often, I hang up the jacket and tuck the tie in.

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    Black trousers, shoes and a shirt here (suit jacket when I've got meetings etc).

    Waiting for some school branded ICT Support Team polos to arrive for everyday

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    with regards to Polo's - wheres best place (in manchester area pref.) to get them from?

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    shirt and tie...what idiot decided people at work must wear this c**p.

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