Dress Standards

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Message 24070 · 14 Dec 2000 18:04:23 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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In a message dated 12/14/2000 1:49:34 AM Central Standard Time,
xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx writes:

<< Conforming to dress codes does not mean that we have joined the ranks of
the upper classes (who like to be distinguished), it merely means we are
aping them -- or rather, aping them as they used to be in times gone by. >>

--- I wouldn't say at all that a dress code has to do with being in the upper
class or being a "Social climber." The middle and lower classes have dress
codes as well. Even someone in a so-called menial job tends to try to look
their best for something like church. Dressing appropriately simply means you
take pride in yourself.

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