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Old 06-23-2012, 06:07 PM
 
Location: Matthews, NC
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Don't get me wrong, some of them look very sexy but when we have visitors to our campus and are looking to drop millions of dollars into our company this doesn't set a good example.
Haha, ya sometimes you wouldn't even think of complaining since you get such a nice show. I like it when they wear thin white pants and dark black panties.
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Old 06-23-2012, 06:27 PM
 
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You must work where I do. The women where I work constantly violate dress code. Not only that, about two weeks ago, after someone asked our CEO during a company-wide meeting about addressing the dress code an e-mail was sent out to everyone with the rules for proper attire. Well, the younger women where I work seem to have ignored it because I constantly see the open-toed stiletto heels and very short skirts with a tank top or sleeveless shirt. Hey, this is nice dress if you are looking to hook up with some guys but this is a huge financial institution and it embarrasses me that some women dress this way to work. They are going to work, not a nightclub. Don't get me wrong, some of them look very sexy but when we have visitors to our campus and are looking to drop millions of dollars into our company this doesn't set a good example.
If those individuals thinking about dropping the millions are men, I suspect this sort of dress actually encourages them to invest in your company.
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:42 AM
 
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Thought of this thread over the weekend. I went to Sullivan's on Saturday...never been there before but the constant advertisements for the "Summer of 79" on one of the sportsradio stations made we want to try it out. I don't think their website specified a dress code, but I think opentable.com said "business casual." I came pretty close to wearing jeans (with a polo or button-down), but figured since I don't go out to nice restaurants very often I might as well wear dress pants. That was a good choice, as I don't think there was anyone in the entire restaurant wearing jeans, let alone looking like a slob. So I guess there are still a lot of people out there that take restaurant dress codes seriously.
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