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Re: what do you wear to work? "dressing for success" and dressin

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Sharon Barrett Kennedy (sharonbk)
Fri, 12 Nov 1999 19:33:46 -0500


After having the "luxury" of no dress code in particular in the public
school I worked in for 7 years, I'm now in a private school with a dress
code. Slacks are allowed (but no jeans) and "professional dress" is
preferred.

I wear athletic shoes every day, even with skirts, and dare anyone to
question me about it--as much as I'm on my feet, this is necessary. My
biggest complaint is that clogs aren't allowed--that's always been my
primary footwear in the winter months and what I'm the most comfortable
wearing. They also don't allow sandals or Birckenstocks--another one of my
staples.

I have an apron that I wear most every day at one point or another from the
NAEA with the "You gotta have art" logo on it, and I also enjoy wearing a
variety of pins that are unusual or artistically provocative.

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