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Sweatpants when at the office. But today is the first day out of dang near 3 month training so im finally home2
I can get away with lots of 💩, however, I can only do that 2-3x a week.
I enjoy both a casual Niceee 👀 look but not,”he knows he’s hot”. For instance, May (Derby time frame) Linen pants, Ralph shoes…easy in-out of all Environments (10 minutes talking…. amongst desk office sitters or nursing stations).
Same thing… once a week, I need a suit or my Nads don’t lay right on weekends 🤷🏻♂️.2
I wear gym shoes. I'm supposed to wear safety boots but after 40 hours on my feet walking 10+ miles a day around campus boots feel like lead.2
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I mostly wear sneakers to work. Although I can get away with wearing my snow boots whenever we get snow, done that once. I could also get away with wearing crocs if I wanna wear them work like I see most people do anyway.0
Naked on the toilet with a laptop on my legs and muting my call when it’s time to push.. jk bout the calls1
My pajamas and my mouse shaped slippers. I work from home0
I would say Regular sneakers instead of Dress shoes1
Since covid been working from home so I can work naked if I want. Our conference calls are audio only so I could even do meetings that way.10
Right now I'm wearing black Jeans, vans, a long sleeve T-shirt
and a North Face vest. I work in an office so that's pretty chill.0
Well during the summer we can wear sneakers and shorts pretty much what we want!!0
I mostly work for home, so...2
Blue jeans and a t-shirt2
In summer, shorts, T-shirt and sandals.3
Since I work at home (right now) I don't even have to get dressed, I've disabled the camera on my work laptop, so it looks like in meetings I don't have a laptop with a camera, so no one can try to make me turn it on.
Yes on a hot summer day, I've worked without wearing much but in the office, they are really relaxed on the dress code, unless some big wig is coming by from headquarters but they give us notice and want us to dress up, then I have to put on my best.
Must be nice to work from home. I'd have my pj's on all day if I did.
Yeah, somedays I don't even bother to get dressed, wrap up in a blanket all day. I'm in a basement office with no windows, so on danger of anyone seeing in.
What do you do? I wish my job would switch to remote. I love what I do but not leaving home saves gas and time
It isn't a permanent thing thing, when I started I spent a couple of months in office then they switched everyone to remote, its going to be ending soon though. We'll be going back as hybrid or something yet to be determined.
How many of you have any idea what this is? ↗
This question talks about what I do, give you a good idea.