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Lessee... this week we've got some programmers out visiting from another company that we're doing a joint project with, and the email about dress for their visit went like: "You don't need to dress business casual, but try not to be too sloppy, ok?" Man, I like where I work.

That said, I wear jeans and turtlenecks a lot. In the summer, I wear more tshirts. I have two stacks of tshirts, ones I'll wear to the office (plain, computer related, etc) and ones I won't (Betty Page, "Dealing With Users" (an O'Really shirt), "Sleeps well with others"). I've been known to wear my "Christianity is Stupid" shirt to Village Inn on Sunday mornings when they're full of churchgoers.

On the other hand, I'm slowly developping a taste for cute little cotton dresses and slowly building a collection of interviewing clothes (silk pants and skirts and jackets and so on). And in my other life, I wear a wide assortment of medieval and renaissance clothing (funny, a lot of that's silk too), from tunic and pants to cotehardie to late Italian ren.

Geek is who you are, not what you wear.

In reply to Re: Dress Code by amelinda
in thread Dress Code by damian1301

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