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

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Iteachart7
Sat, 13 Nov 1999 07:14:11 EST


In a message dated 11/12/99 7:34:14 PM Eastern Standard Time,
sharonbk writes:

<< 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.
>>
The no clogs Thing might be for the open back...Maybe you could get awy with
the fully enclosed clog. Then it's more like a shoe.

I work in a dress code private school too. I am amazed at the length of the
skirts the girls and the female teachers try to wear. Three inches above the
knee is the rule for students. I spend most of my time bent over a table!
I dont want to worry about the free show I'd be giving the kids behind me by
wearing a short skirt! I wear very long jumpers and skirts and I look as
professional as I can with my paint splattered denim (a dress code no-no)
apron! And clogs or cowboy boots. Yes, the pointy toes cowboy boots. I
don't know why, but they are as comfy as my clogs. I guess that's why
cowboys don't complain!
Peace
Gabrielle

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