When not going to work are you more likely to be seen in jeans and a T, casual dress, or to the 9's?
When your not having to dress to go to work and are maybe just going shopping or to get something to eat, are you in jeans and a t-shirt, casual dress, or dressed to the 9's because nobodies going to see you slacking?
Thanks for asking this question. Basically I am not working, because I am a full time Home-maker. So whenever I go to outside even though for a walk, a library, to eat and some one's houe, I always wear T-shirt and a pair of pant even though nobody is going to see me. When I go for Yoga classes then only I wear casual dress.
I work in a downtown office and I try to get away with the most casual attire I can. For me, that would mean khaki pants and a nice blouse or occasionally sneaking in some pants that look a little dressy but are really jeans. My office tends to be hot in the winter and cold in the summer so I have to dress in layers as well. It's kind of annoying because in the summer I'd just like to wear summer clothes but I always have to remember to bring a sweater or wear something over a sleeveless shirt. I have a few friends who work in a different building downtown, for a financial corporation and they have to wear a suit everyday with heels and the guys have to wear a suit and tie. I don't think I would appreciate the expense for that type of work attire nor the time it takes to put it altogether every day. Fortunately, my company doesn't require that and is quite flexible. On Fridays, we can wear jeans but not T-shirts with offensive words. Most people in my office on Friday's, wear nice jeans that are not torn or worn out.
I live in a small town in Montana (though grew up elsewhere) and T-shirts and jeans is the normal wear here for shopping, dining, church or work. If you see someone in a suit, you know they are from out of town. So I am in my jeans and t-shirt daily with mascara and always clean. Not much to aspire to I guess! LOL
I love blue jeans and a casual shirt. They're my comfy clothes and the clothes that I feel best in.
I am most comfortable in shorts and a T, but if going out to I will change to something more casual. Love to dress up, but these days I find little need to do so. Dresses are always nice to wear and I try to wear them often.
The office wear has changed somewhat these days and you really don't find too many that require suits. I am partial to those types of working environments as they allow you to dress comfortably.
Jeans and teeshirt every time. I have to 'dress up' for work during the day so I can't wait to get more into my jeans when I get home.
If I am not going to work I am almost always in jeans/shorts and a tshirt. Sometimes, when I can't be bothered with buttoning proper pants its a tshirt and youga or track pants.
As I work in a uniform, I like to express the real me outside work. If im just chilling/running little errands Jeans and a blouse but if im meeting people, or going somewhere a 50's style dress or skirt all the way!
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