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45. How do you conform to or rebel against the dress expectations at your workplace?
I don't like classic suits - they don't look good on me, so why should I wear something I don't feel comfortable in?
I prefer similar level of 'dressiness' in mixed simple separates, or a dress and cropped jacket.
I'm a student with no outside employment right now.
My workplace is currently my home so I can basically wear whatever I want every day.
I'm a student I am freeeee
I don't really
Alternative personal style and tattoos are becoming far more accepted in tech. I spent my early 20s covering my tattoos and around age 28, I stopped. Today, my hand and neck tattoos can't be covered.
At this point, blue hair and a strong work ethic are exactly what's expected of me in my workplace.
They don't really have expectations
As I said, often I wear garments made by me. Shirts for example in mallow or a pair of Jeans sewn by me with my initials on the back pockets. (Instead of the arches from Levis.)
I'm self employed so I can do whatever, even on a job I might wear something that's not denim and shirt as everyone else but it makes me feel most me and that's what this is all about isn't it?
I am fine
I support them and follow them.
I don’t have a workplace: I’m freelance. I get to wear what I want when I want.
You know, somehow I feel like I am not capable of either of those things, now that you mention it.