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Poll From: 06/02/2013

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How do you feel about formal dress codes? Submitted By calcucool, UT
I enjoy the chance to dress up.
I don't like to be told how to dress.
It depends on what it's for.
I don't mind it nor particularly enjoy it.
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AngelBaby7041
on 06/28/13
I'm not a big fan of dressing up, But it depends on what it's for, Wedding, Funeral, ect, then i dont mind.
(Just dont make it wear anything with heels!!)
Luis03
on 06/26/13
Good.
kkreddy439
on 06/26/13
good
xirismariex
on 06/25/13
I hate dressing up
yujm
on 06/25/13
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jybontae12
on 06/20/13
good
Pdigital
on 06/08/13
Baby40 and 1 others liked this  
We live in such an informal society today whenever there is a opportunity to look star I alway feel the need to take advantage
RedHotAZ
on 06/07/13
It adds class and helps us BE classy when we know how to dress, and dress up accordingly.

That said, my exact answer wasn't on the poll - I don't "ENJOY" dressing up (unless I have a great outfit that I look fabulous in!!), but I appreciate the chance to, and it relieves some stress in wondering what to wear when you *know* what the standards are. No one (at least not me) enjoys being over dressed or underdressed.
princesslollie
on 06/06/13
RedHotAZ liked this  
only for certain events (like a wedding, proms, graduation, certain jobs or food places)

tho there should be a strict dress code that if you are public all butt cracks, butt cheeks, cleavage n privates be properly covered up and that all clothes MUST FIT now sag to ur knees or be skin tight n see thru
funnymatt
on 06/05/13
princesslollie liked this  
should be for special events
Fooster
on 06/05/13
5215
rayray1516
on 06/04/13
heyy
SwaggerDamen
on 06/04/13
good poll
PavaniChaganti
on 06/03/13
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PavaniChaganti
on 06/03/13
test
antifan
on 06/03/13
great
XxKenziexX
on 06/03/13
OH wow.. lol
XxKenziexX
on 06/03/13
I meant it depends.. if its strict or what its for (:
Debo707
on 06/03/13
didn't mind it
xNationx
on 06/03/13
I don't mind it nor particularly enjoy it.
xNationx
on 06/03/13
depends on the a cation
lizlizlizlizliz
on 06/03/13
It depends
Samantha98
on 06/03/13
princesslollie liked this  
It always depends on what it is for
PixieGilson
on 06/03/13
:D
cinnamonsauce
on 06/02/13
like others have said, I like dressing up for formal occasions- weddings, special events, etc. It can be annoying, though, when you can't find anything in your closet that you wouldn't mind wearing! I don't like selecting clothes to wear to funerals though...why do you have to wear black? it makes everything more sad :( Well, I know that it might be out of respect- the way I see it, showing up, offering your condolences and encouragement, and shedding tears is showing respect!
TheMadam
on 06/03/13
princesslollie liked this  
I agree about funerals. I don't wear black to them that often. Something a little subdued, but again depends on the person who has passed. When I go, I hope you all wear pink!
mermaidatheart1
on 06/03/13
Yeah. But you don't want to wear....something sunny or something to funerals lol. Like Yellow.
nigttran
on 06/03/13
That's nice!
12vick
on 06/03/13
i dont mind if i really dress up that i like...
nonane
on 06/03/13
princesslollie and 1 others liked this  
only on special occasion
Woolarkin
on 06/02/13
nicknick119 liked this  
All in all I believe it to be proper to set parameters for matters like this. Most people can make decent choices on proper attire for most event types. The people who do not choose to dress correctly though she be looked at as "we don't judge" rather than singled-out and/or ridiculed in my opinion.
Lepopcorn
on 06/02/13
Suits are awesome, but only on the right occasion.
drownedgodx
on 06/02/13
TYGZENT and 1 others liked this  
1 swag buck
tazewaze
on 06/02/13
I love to
vikashkankaria
on 06/02/13
I get to dress up on my own way in the company
obeymj
on 06/02/13
if you want white teeth wat would you do A brush your teeth and never go to the dentest or B go to the dentest and never brush your teeh or C never brush your teeth at all
cinnamonsauce
on 06/02/13
TheMadam liked this  
in your best interest, I would advise brushing your teeth regularly. going to the dentist once every six months, no matter how well they clean your teeth, is not as good as brushing each day. the plaque builds up....they can't take it all off during your visit!
BrieDanielle
on 06/02/13
Oh, and also? I think if you own a business, you should basically be able to run it in any way you see fit, and if you want a formal dress code, go for it.
BrieDanielle
on 06/02/13
JudyandB09 liked this  
The first 3 are all true for me, but I went with "depends." Most of the time, I just like to be comfortable, and I'll choose comfort over style almost every time. But it annoys me when I see people (regular attenders, anyway) wearing something like cutoff jeans and tank tops to church, and it makes me sad when I see people wearing stuff like jeans and t-shirts to the opera. There is a time and a place for dressing up, even if you normally wouldn't. And if you don't want to dress up, at least don't dress down. Show some respect. That said, I think very few places really need a formal "dress code."
ncsunshine1982
on 06/02/13
silverjwlz and 1 others liked this  
i never get to dress up so any opportunity is golden!
PaintsALot
on 06/02/13
JudyandB09 and 2 others liked this  
If it's a wedding or a funeral, then I don't mind dressing up. But otherwise, it just seems pretentious to make people dress up. I had a boss who sent me home twice to change my clothes because she didn't like my shoes and once because I wore jeans on Friday after she told me to observe Casual Friday. This was when I worked in a small-town gift shop with 3 employees. Tourists who shop there to buy Made in China knick-knacks aren't going to care about what shoes I'm wearing. Now I think people who act like that are too controlling and a little bit psycho. This was the same boss who thought that the two computers in the store were giving off "bad waves" and would give her cancer if she didn't keep a bag of quartz rocks next to them.
SBSarah
on 06/02/13
LisaInNC liked this  
Bad bosses are motivation to find employment elsewhere, though most retail environments would likely have an even more restrictive dress code than you encountered.
Palistus
on 06/02/13
JudyandB09 liked this  
I highly doubt many retail environments will care about your shoes looking amazing. The only other time they mentioned what type of clothing they were wearing was the " once because I wore jeans on Friday after she told me to observe Casual Friday" And that was the fault of the boss :P
jomack
on 06/02/13
tennis shoes jeans and t-shirt is dressed up for me if i have too a western shirt but it will come off 20 minutes max event over or not i leave and shirt goes in back seat i hate dressing up
joyshine
on 06/02/13
jcar08 liked this  
i love to dress up if it is for an occasion or something. i was raised in two different ways, to be a lady and to be a tom boy, so i can handle and enjoy both worlds, but i am most comfortable in my shorts and tanks.
mgtheman
on 06/02/13
tabzilla liked this  
I was raised in two ways— on Earth by my guardian and on Derse by the Archagent. He was a real card, that one.
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 06/02/13
Don't forget the 3rd way -- a freak in the bed.
mgtheman
on 06/02/13
moth1334 liked this  
Dress codes diminish the effect of getting dressed up because everybody else will look the same as I do; men's formal fashion is very limiting.

I much prefer the sort of event where it's perfectly acceptable to show up in a suit, jacket and tie but using an old power cord as a belt.
legcy
on 06/02/13
i hate getting dressed up. if i could tshirt and sweat pants everywhere, i would. :P
PapaGhede3
on 06/02/13
silverjwlz and 1 others liked this  
I definitely love getting dressed.
h3110k1tty7
on 06/02/13
chalison and 1 others liked this  
I love getting all dressed up and feeling gorgeous C:
lyrnx
on 06/02/13
nowsearch and 1 others liked this  
I do not mind dressing formal for those such occasions that call for you to dress nice.
HelloKittyKris
on 06/02/13
nowsearch and 3 others liked this  
I don't mind dressing up for the most part. Formal occasions are nice. But what really bothers me, is when people request that you dress as a "theme" for no real reason. Example: I know a person who throws bbq's on a semi regular, and she always encourages couples to dress like any couple that may be part of a tv series. NO WAY!
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 06/02/13
I AGREE!! Nope nope and NOPE. I hate dressing up in costumes even for halloween. If they like it I have nothing against it but don't make me feel uncomfortable for not coming dressed up, if you do I won't come to any other parties with these "themes.
Zaefire
on 06/02/13
Tattooz liked this  
Formal dress codes??? In school, at work, what are you referring to?
Where is 'It is not relevant to my life?'
Good morning all. I am wearing a huge white t-shirt with dragon lounging pants.
LoveBeautyNGlam
on 06/02/13
If you're under 18 this may be extremely relevant. Formal dress code for you could mean a formal dress (or tux) nice shoes OR professional suit. (ladies or man's)

In addition to the places listed below:
Graduations, award ceremonies, proms or school dances, sport banquets, Job/Internship interview, College interview, Holiday dinners at boyfriend/girlfriends relative's house.
lizbethbear
on 06/02/13
at weddings, funerals, restaurants. there are many times where a formal dresscode may exist.
BowleyUO
on 06/02/13
I do not like the pole
profile1
on 06/02/13
The south or the north?
Slazeyboy
on 06/02/13
ceraice and 2 others liked this  
Hey what did the pole ever do to you?
Megshere
on 06/02/13
swagswag2014 and 10 others liked this  
Well, what about the poll?
SplitRaindrop
on 06/02/13
LukeRJohnson liked this  
I think people need to be more respectful of dress codes. There are so many people who just wear whatever they want. For example (at most weddings) jeans are NOT appropriate. I've been on two cruises as well and people don't seem to acknowledge the "Smart Casual" [no jeans, shorts, tank tops] dress code.
Smile89
on 06/02/13
I love dressing up for happy occasions but not sad ones.
dragonzeal
on 06/02/13
confusing..
hippiehoppie
on 06/02/13
(:

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