View Poll Results: Are jeans ok in the office?

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    I wear jeans regularly, with nice jacket, and I try to wear a more structured or detailed top to dress it up or layer with a cardigan. At the moment im trying to get more into heels which just helps this more casual look a lot. Or I'll wear an office style dress with tights, or black pants with a dressy top. I'm in an organisation where I might be in meetings all day in an office or I'm out in the community with clients so it really varies. Sometimes I feel guilty in jeans, but there's always someone at work looking worse or more casual than me...

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    As much as I love my jeans, I could never wear them to work, I don't work in a corporate environment by any means, but I still try to look professional in my appearance in the workplace, and to me jeans just don't make the cut.


 

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