Wednesday, July 05, 2000

Tell Us: How casual is too casual?




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        During the last decade the dress code at work has become increasingly casual. Gym shoes and sandals, sure? Khakis and denim, what the heck! A suit and tie? Fuggetaboutit.

        Now, there's a growing casual dress backlash. Has casual become a casualty where you work? Or has Dress for Success become out of date? Tell what it's like where you work.

        E-mail nberlier@enquirer.com. Include a daytime phone number where we can reach you.

        Those who are truly brave can submit photos of themselves for a critique and possible makeover. Or, come into our photo studio 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on Friday, 312 Elm Street, 19th Floor. Small office groups of 2-5 are welcome to come together.

       



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