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    Wear to work?

    If you could wear ANYTHING to work and not get in trouble or double/triple takes from people, what would that item(s) of clothing be?

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    Re: Wear to work?

    Absolutely nothing.
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    Re: Wear to work?

    Winter:
    I would like to wear sweat pant, sweater and sneakers

    Summer:
    Tank Top, Shorts, sneakers

    Spring and Fall:

    Thermal shirt , jeans and boots

    It beats wearing this crappy uniform every day...
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    Re: Wear to work?

    Quote Originally Posted by FrumiousBoojum View Post
    Absolutely nothing.
    Excellent.
    Well......maybe a pair of boxers.....but 'nothing' is good too.

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    Re: Wear to work?

    The dress code at my work is very laid back. I am currently wearing jeans, a sweater and tennis shoes.

    My husband's company is a totally different thing. They just released a new dress code policy. Everyone in the office is making jokes about it. They can't wait until Halloween so they can wear costume to ock the new policy. (They're engineers, this is their idea of fun. )
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    Re: Wear to work?

    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot View Post
    My husband's company is a totally different thing. They just released a new dress code policy. Everyone in the office is making jokes about it. They can't wait until Halloween so they can wear costume to ock the new policy. (They're engineers, this is their idea of fun. )
    I did this in 2005. Our 'dress code' police got so ridiculous, and then they said we could dress in costume for Halloween - so I did. I dressed like Julius Caesar - and wore a thigh-high toga type thing, with wide open arm holes and gladiator type sandals that had leather straps that went up to my knees. Also had some leafy thing in my hair.

    My co-workers NEVER forget that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    Excellent.
    Well......maybe a pair of boxers.....but 'nothing' is good too.
    Well, if you were to do something and not get in trouble, might as well be comfortable and go all the way.
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    Re: Wear to work?

    Considering my job is at home (I'm a MOM - the CEO at our house!) I get to wear what I want most days. But days like today are my favorites - I'm not going anywhere (SNOW) so I'm still in my PJ's - and they are nice and warm flannel bottoms with a henley top (oh, and Tinker Bell on them of course)... I just need to go get my "socks to stay home in" and I'll be set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
    Excellent.
    Well......maybe a pair of boxers.....but 'nothing' is good too.
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    Re: Wear to work?

    It would depend on the time of the year. Right now, sweats, junky t-shirt, tennis shoes. During the summer, shorts, t-shirt, flip flops. I don't have any urges to be an exhibitionist.
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    Re: Wear to work?

    I can wear anything I want, any time any day.

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    Re: Wear to work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hakuna Makarla View Post
    I can wear anything I want, any time any day.
    Same here.


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    Re: Wear to work?

    Quote Originally Posted by FrumiousBoojum View Post
    Well, if you were to do something and not get in trouble, might as well be comfortable and go all the way.
    EXACTLY.
    Quote Originally Posted by Disneykat View Post
    Have you heard of Glen Eden????
    I HAVE heard of Glen Eden - and no way Jose. I like to be comfortable - and I am very comfortable wearing clothes. But this NAKED thing is funny to talk about - ya know?

    Quote Originally Posted by HDAlien View Post
    It would depend on the time of the year. Right now, sweats, junky t-shirt, tennis shoes. During the summer, shorts, t-shirt, flip flops. I don't have any urges to be an exhibitionist.
    I have no urges for exhibitionism either - unless you consider not wearing a shirt around the house and when cleaning the yard/garage/driving, or just lying around the house exhibitionistic. (is that a word???)

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    Re: Wear to work?

    My flannel monkey pajamas with matching monkey slippers.


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    Re: Wear to work?

    Personally and for real- I'd really just like to toss on a pair of shorts, a tank top and some flip flops and maybe a baseball cap or something.

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