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What is Casual Dress

April 12, 2000
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Here's a basic casual dress policy, which you can alter to suit your company's perspective. It's only one of many examples.

 

Sample Casual Dress Code

We at Make Your Business Better, Inc. believe that a comfortable workplace is a productive one. But we also recognize that as a Company, we have only one chance to make a good first impression as we conduct business amongst ourselves and with our customers.

As representatives of Make Your Business Better, Inc., all employees should be neat, well-groomed and dressed in job-appropriate attire which reflects the company's interest in projecting a comfortable, yet businesslike image. Employees should use common sense regarding work attire and refrain from wearing sloppy or overly provocative clothing to the office.

Specifically prohibited are:

  • Ripped, torn or faded clothing
  • Clothing designed specifically for sporting activities (such as sweats, shorts, swimsuits, tennis outfits, running or tennis shoes, etc.)
  • Sleepwear (such as pajama bottoms)
  • Clothing more appropriate for evening or leisure wear (such as excessively short miniskirts, low-cut, tank or halter tops, backless dresses, sheer clothing, etc.).

Tattoos and piercings, other than ear piercings, should be covered at all times.

The information contained in this article is intended to provide useful information on the topic covered, but should not be construed as legal advice or a legal opinion.

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