us would say, "It would be really cool if we could wear jeans to work
all the time. After all, I paid just as much for my jeans as I paid
for that outfit I wore to work yesterday." Then again, it depends on
what type of business it is and what position you hold. The CEO of the
company would probably like to wear jeans to work but he or she knows
that a jacket and tie somehow seem to command more attention and
respect from other employees as well as from customers or clients.
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But even if you are not the CEO you still may want to set your own
personal dress code. For example: If the dress code at your office is
casual, you might want to show up occasionally in more business like
attire. Doing this may show the employer that while you appreciate the
relaxed dress code, you do take your job seriously, and its not to
much trouble to put a little more effort into your appearance.
Let's face it, it is very unlikely that corporate America will ever
hang up the suit and tie for good. However, jeans have taken their
seat in the workplace and it doesn't look like they're going to give
up that seat any time soon.