Office Attire 

 

 

Casual or Small Business Casual  – The least formal clothing appropriate for work and closest to everyday clothing, although sweatpants, t-shirts, and sometimes jeans are not appropriate.

Read more about casual dress.

 

 

 

Business Casual – One of the most common dress types for work, business casual is more conservative and nicer then casual dress but still allows for freedom of clothing choice. Business casual wear should be comfortable but presentable.

Read more on how to dress in business casual.

 

 

 

 

Business Professional – Slightly more formal than business casual involving blazers, skirts, slacks, dress pants, and dress shoes.  

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business formal

 

 

Business Formal – The most formal clothing attire including dark, conservative suits.

Read more on how to dress in business formal.

 

 

 

 

"Casual Friday" – Some offices let you wear comfortable attire on Fridays, including jeans, a button down, or simple shirt.

Read more about how to dress for casual Friday

 

Other Attire

 

Uniform – Some jobs require employees to wear uniforms. Make sure your uniform is in good condition and cleaned regularly. Uniforms should always be worn as specified by the company to create a standard appearance.  

Learn how to take care of your uniform.

 

 

 

 

Add-ons and accessories – Some jobs require employees to wear one or two items of clothing, rather than a full uniform. Common examples include hats, visors, aprons, nametags, and vests. It is important to keep these items clean and to bring them to work every day.

Learn how to clean your visor or apron.