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Poll: How are you dressed for work today?
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Thayenga  Identity Verified
Germany
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Casual Jan 29

And above all, very comfortable. After all, today is Sunday.

[Edited at 2017-01-29 23:01 GMT]


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Gudrun Maydorn  Identity Verified
Germany
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Business casual or business professional Jan 29

During the working week and depending on circumstances such as customer contact, teaching etc.

But why has the Proz team posted this question with the word "today" on a Sunday when (presumably) many of us won't be working?

Have a good Sunday and enjoy the day off, if you can.



[Bearbeitet am 2017-01-29 09:06 GMT]


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EvaVer  Identity Verified
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ultra casual Jan 29

Like a hobo. But I can go out like this (I do, to the shop opposite or walking my dog), I am not naked - it is freezing here.

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Gianluca Marras  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 23:33
Member (2008)
English to Italian
today: I can't go out in public like this Jan 29

Today pajamas .. I got flu.
Usually casual


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Michael Harris  Identity Verified
Germany
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Member (2006)
German to English
Ultra casual Jan 29

Always shorts and T-shirt.
But if I do go out, then I always dress up according to the weather.


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Teresa Borges
Portugal
Local time: 22:33
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Other Jan 29

Today is Sunday, I have no translation work to do, I have just finished my breakfast and I’m still not presentable, in 30 minutes I’ll be dressed ultra casually. I’ll be visiting my mother this afternoon and I’ll be warmly dressed…

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Marta Cervera Areny
Spain
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Sunday + a bad cold = pajamas all day! Jan 29

It's Sunday and I have a bad cold, so I'm still in my pajamas today. Usually it's casual or very casual (ie, casual and slippers).

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neilmac  Identity Verified
Spain
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Other Jan 29

It's 1 pm and I'm still not properly dressed. Got up to find the dog had wet the floor, which prompted a bout of general housecleaning and mopping, still in my pyjamas (t-shirt and yoga shorts)... I might not do any work today anyway, as it's Sunday.

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Lingua 5B  Identity Verified
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Casual. Jan 29

Had to go and do some grocery shopping, therefore dressed casual. Otherwise it might have just been lounge wear or ultra casual as it's a Sunday. And no work today.

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Noni Gilbert
Spain
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It being Europe and Sunday.... Jan 29

...I'm at home. Can get away with scruffier than when I go into the office.

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DZiW
Ukraine
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Business casual Jan 29

Mostly I work as an interpreter, so one of the possible drawbacks is relatively good business look.
However, they say "never outshine other parties", that's why somewhat casual.


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Nina Khmielnitzky  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 17:33
Member (2004)
English to French
I work from home after years in the corporate world Jan 29

It's pyjama and scruffiness festival

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Michael Harris  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 23:33
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German to English
Yes Jan 29

DZiW wrote:

Mostly I work as an interpreter, so one of the possible drawbacks is relatively good business look.
However, they say "never outshine other parties", that's why somewhat casual.


AsI wast told in the working world, never have a better car than your boss.


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Ricki Farn
Germany
Local time: 23:33
Member (2005)
English to German
Other Jan 29

Like a bundle of clothes being donated to the Red Cross. I'm an e-lancer, for crying out loud.

And I do go out of the house like this all the time, because my self-esteem wouldn't even fit in a wardrobe if I tried. (Maybe on a "floordrobe", but I'm surprisingly tidy for someone whose clothes budget is around €50 a year by choice.)


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