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Hi Friends,
I am a softskill trainer working for a IT company, i want to design a format on Dress Codes for my employee.
please suggest me what are the dress codes they can where for Office ( Males/Females).
And also suggest me that females can were any bottoms apart from Denim materials to office on weekdays. for example is that they can wear a corgo pant with a kurti top to office. please suggest me it is very urgent.
suggest ASAP
Thanks in Advance

From India, Mumbai
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Amith R Murthy
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Amith R Murthy

Dear Chamu,
I think you can go ahead with your idea of dress code as mentioned by you. Allowing females to wear Corgo on Kurta or Salwar tops will not make much of a difference, because only few of them might do this on some of the days. More over we dont have any dress code in legal terms, its all that we do it to have certain kind of discipline in the working environment.
I would suggest make formals for first four days and friday/saturday can be casuals if your people do work 6 days a week.
Hope this is will help you to come to certain conculsion. Let us know what is your final decision.
Amith R.

From India, Bangalore

Hi Amith, Thanks for your suggestions, i am planning to have one in my office too. will reply to you once i set the dress code in my office ASAP Thanks yaar regards chamu
From India, Mumbai
Think of Dress code……………………… is followed almost everywhere……………………
Right from school children with their set of ironed school uniforms, hair neatly combed, shoes polished , nails trimmed …………… the doctors in their white aprons…. ..the lawyers in their black gowns…………..the nurses………the air hostesses………………the waiters……………the factory workers…………
Forget the rest……………….Now even at social parties people keep a dress code & theme
Dress choice is a matter of personal discretion, then why is this Dress Code being imposed on us.
Because…………….somewhere your appearance is related to professionalism.
First impression counts. A professional consultant who doesn’t take the time to maintain a professional appearance presents the image of not being able to perform adequately on the job. This professional dress code is codified because many professionals have never been taught appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.
Professional dress code standards are alive-and-well in major financial and executive management and anyone who aspires to top management knows that your personal appearance counts.

If you look and behave like a highly-trained and well-groomed professional you will win the respect and honor of our valued clients.A fresh haircut, spit-shined shoes and a crisp suit go a long way in establishing a professional demeanor. It's also about quality; most professionals can spot a cheap suit at twenty paces and high-quality dress shoes are de-rigueur. Your professional attire creates a professional environment and will have an impact upon Company’s image.


From India, Kalyan
Jason Roland
Suit them up!
Too many organizations are actually suffering losses in productivity as an indirect but noticeable connection between dress codes and bottom line profits. The purveyors of business casual clothing would have you believe otherwise, however this just isn't the case; casual ANYTHING in a professional office is unacceptable. Therefore, both women and men should be suited for service!
Business suit.
Long sleeve pressed dress shirt.
Tie. Cinched. Always.
Formal dress shoes.
DARK dress socks.
Business suit; preferably skirted, but tailored pant suits can be minimum acceptable attire.
Business dresses; well constructed and tailored.
Dress pumps; heels of at least 2" in height, but no more than 3".
Colors should be subdued and professional!
That's it. Discipline will breed productivity, so slip those arms into navy sleeves, those feet into some polished shoes, and impress the hell out of your clients.
-Jason Roland

From United States, San Diego
If it is a 5 day a week,:icon1:
then mon to Thu (formal)which inculde trouser ,shirts for men and for females: trouser,shirts,kurta,payjama,kurta and trouser .
and on friday (casula day) they can waer jeans n top but top should also be not sleeveless ,deep neck etc it should be desent,dnt allow for capris ,shorts ,dhoti,in office.

From India

Hi Chamu, I have recently published this policy in my organisation. plain and simple yet specific. hope this will be help to you. rgds Swapna
From India, Pune

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Our's a software development company. We maintain business casual / casual working attire.
Appropriate to wear to office
Full / Half sleeved shirt
Formal shoes (black / brown / tan)
Sport Shoes
Salwar / churidar Kameez
Business Western Formals
Formal Shoes
Inappropriate to wear
Cargo Pants
Six Pocket Trousers
Sundress, Strap Outfits, etc
3/4 lengths
Low waists
Short dresses
Fancy sandals
Employees are required to dress smartly using their best judgement in wearing attire that is appropriate for office and customer interaction.
hope the above details help!

From India, Pune
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