Casual Friday has gotten way out of hand.
For some employees, dress-down day has become a license to sport torn jeans, midriff tops or raggedy T-shirts at the office; to dress like sex sirens or look as if they’ve just rolled out of bed.
None of these looks are appropriate in most business settings.
Workers at all levels of the corporate structure thought this was great. After all, everyone loves wearing comfortable, relaxed, knock-around clothing. But things have begun to go too far. By now, not only are some employees stretching the definition of “casual” beyond anything foreseen earlier in the decade, many are going casual every day – especially from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Continue reading