I complained about our new dress code. More accurately, the dress code hasn't changed, our department's director has just encouraged us to disobey the dress code. I was unhappy about that... I like dressing nice, I think I look good, I like the way I'm treated when I make the effort and I subscribe to the idea that if you hold someone to a higher standard in one area, like "dress professionally" it leads to them thinking about those words and applying them to other parts of their work.
So, this year, more ties. More professional. More class. You can wear your jeans and your tennis shoes. It'll just make me stand out more.
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