The overwhelming majority of businesses don’t make people dress up any more.
According to a new survey, 26% of people work somewhere that’s business casual . . . 33% work somewhere that’s just casual . . . and 20% work at some place with zero dress code. That adds up to 79% of people.
BUT . . . is it still possible to dress TOO casually in those places? The survey asked people what’s still off-limits, and here are the top four . . .
1. Ripped jeans, 73%.
2. Leggings, 56%.
3. High heels over three inches, 50%.
4. Open-toed shoes, 40%.
And finally . . . 38% of people under 35 say they’ve been pulled aside and asked to dress more professionally.