What's Your Dress Code?
What should I wear to work? How do I dress for this event? These are dress code questions that everyone must ask themselves sooner or later. Unfortunately, there has never been one clear answer. Figuring out the workplace dress code or the dress code for an event has been largely a combination of guesswork and tidbits of advice given from various people. And there has never been one solid dress code authority… until now.
Dress Code Rules (DCR) is the internet’s only “one stop shop” for guidance on appropriate attire for the workplace and other settings where a common dress code policy may apply. The DCR provides human resource departments, bosses, employees, and event planners with clear and consistent dress code definitions, taking the guesswork out of dress code policies at work and events. Also, as an independent, third-party dress code authority, the DCR offers fair and impartial resolution to any disagreements over the official DCR dress code adopted by any party. The DCR gives fun, easy-to-understand dress codes that can be adopted for any setting, so that everyone can be “on the same page” when it comes to how to dress for work or an event.
Dress Code Rules (DCR) is the internet’s only “one stop shop” for guidance on appropriate attire for the workplace and other settings where a common dress code policy may apply. Just search through the dress code menu and see examples of how to dress under each code. And, when looking for clothes, use our shopping page to connect to the most popular stores through the world’s only “Shop by Dress Code” search engine.
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