casual Friday


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casual Friday

n
(Clothing & Fashion) another name for dress-down Friday
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Casual Friday dress code--Can be used by employers that want to maintain a professional image at work, but also understand employees' desire to dress down.
Sydney accounting firm Lomax Financial Group stopped casual Friday for its 50 staff after it came up against a number of problems, the Herald Sun reported.
Despite the established acceptance of casual attire at many companies, there has never been a business casual dress code, dress-down days, or casual Friday option at BLACK ENTERPRISE.
My Casual Friday started on Monday and lasted all week.
In keeping with the Shopbop mission to present not just what to wear, but how to wear it, the boutique presents: interchangeable suiting separates that can be mixed with each other, or with the pieces already in your closet, styling tips for casual Friday, and the Ultimate Closet of the must have essentials for our working girl.
Maybe start with shorts on a casual Friday and gauge that reaction before wearing them to a Monday morning presentation, says Stephenson, who styles celebrities, runway collections and magazine photo shoots.
They invented casual Friday and the corporate Softball team.
And for most Bellingham professionals, the temptation to dress for casual Friday on a Tuesday can override even the best fashion sense.
Sure, he'd be doing the same stuff for the Firm that he already does for the Company, but he'd have an office instead of a cube, free Starbucks in the kitchen and every day is casual Friday.
As Smith notes, the Phil doesn't program down for the Casual Friday series, calling Adams' ``Naive and Sentimental Music'' ``one of the most important contemporary works written in the last 10 years.
Casual Friday indeed, when the office workers dress down, get rat-arsed over a liquid lunch, and generally adopt the line that there's nothing that needs to be done that can't wait until Monday.