Do you think this shirt is business attire?
What Guys Said 22
With the right skirt and jacket, it would be fine - If you walk in wearing a jacket even if you take it off later it will stay appropriate I think4
Depends on what business you have in mind.2
No because of the sleeves... if you add a blazer on top of it, then it could be business attire.1
I would say it's more casual?
For work this could be okay but if for example you had a meeting with a customer I can imagine this would not be the ideal outfit :o0
The cut shoulders make it a, NO Go.0
No, bc of the sleeves. I like it tho!0
By itself, I wouldn't think so. I don't think business attire is necessarily showing bare shoulders. JMHO.0
I'm not sure if I'm an expert or not, but I don't think that is. I say that because you are showing skin at your shoulders. If they were covered up, then you'd be fine.0
Nein. It looks more casual like you are meeting your friends for brunch or something0
It's ok. It's a nice shirt but I don't know if it belongs in an office. I doubt anyone would say anything g if you did wear it to work0
yes looks good <30
No, not really but I wouldn't complain0
Yes, it doesn't show off too much skin and it's a plain color.0
Nope you'll attract too many stares and boners lol0
if you are talking about formal business then no0
That looks far more like a casual shirt you would wear.0
No not at all0
What Girls Said 12
Hahahaha kids these days.
Look, girl... I make a living in which "business attire" means a low-armhole tank top and capri workout leggings, and STILL hell no. LOL Hell to the no. Are you kidding?
You COULD pull this off as a business casual thing, IF you threw a nice blazer on, on top of it. AND DIDN'T TAKE THE BLAZER OFF. So that those sleeves would stay hidden.
I mean, really, that's all you need to pull off a pretty stunning business look. Some neutral colored T-shirts, and a decently nice blazer or two.2
tbh i don't think so0
it looks very casual. if you add some jewelry and nice slacks you might be able to make it business casual but not actually business.1
Depends on where you work. You could dress it up or down really but if you work in a professional environment, save it for the weekends.
Very nice shirt though 👍0
I wanted to say "business casual", but the sleeves threw me off.1
It depends on the business. If you know what to wear it with then I think it is okay. I always ask myself what kind of message am I sending to others when I wear this? I worked in an office that was SUPER casual, and one where it was a more business formal but Friday's were "Jean" days. If really depends0
It wouldn't be acceptable at my company but maybe some it would.0
Cute, but it's super casual. Better for like going to brunch with the girls or something.0
NO.. Most definitely not.0
I don't think so. It's too casual. If the sleeves were entirely covered then maybe.0
Sorry I think not.1
Looks casual or like sportswear to me. It's cute, but I don't see it as business attire.0
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