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Who implements current dress codes in the US?

Who implements current dress codes in the US?

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Asked by G. Horace, Last updated: Nov 23, 2018

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E. Good

E. Good

Answered on Nov 23, 2018

Dress codes were first implemented in the school system to prevent students from wearing inappropriate clothes to school, and it was thought to create a safer, more professional environment. In business situations, the most common type of dress code is business casual, but most colleges do not have dress code requirements. In corporate offices, appropriate clothes are clean.

Business casual clothes for men include a dress shirt, polo shirt, trousers, or other similar outfits. Suits, neckties, and other formal wear are usually only required in law offices and financial sector offices. Women’s work clothes can vary. Women can wear everything from a suit to a dress, skirts, and blouses are acceptable.

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M. Klose

M. KloseContent Writer, Oakland
Content Writer, Oakland

Answered on Jul 09, 2018

The implementation of the dress code will depend on the company that is offering jobs to their employees. There are still some companies who believe in the traditional way of dressing when in the office. This means that the employees should always be wearing business attire. It would seem like they are ready to go to a meeting anytime.

More and more companies now are implementing a more comfortable dress code for their employees because they believe that when their employees are comfortable, they can also become more productive. Take note that there are still some rules that should be followed even with a more comfortable way of dressing.

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