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07 Mar 2007, 11:11
yes, you can wear a top that is not a button-down.
As a matter of fact, even bussiness dress code (suits) is a bit different for women and you can pull off wearing a suit with a nice top that needs not be a button-down.

I always feel bad for my male coworkers sweating their balls off while waiting for a taxi in their long-sleeve button-ups while I'm chillin in my t-top with a suit jacket in hand. On the other hand, men who wear short sleeve button-ups look preatty ridiculous

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07 Mar 2007, 12:12
Yes, nobody should ever wear short-sleeve dress shirts. This means you, engineers!

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07 Mar 2007, 13:21
aaudetat wrote:
johnnyx9 wrote:
By the way, with the mysterious way you described your "less traditional" suit I'm imagining it's either like bright yellow, or tie-dyed. What color is it?

Ok, it sounds totally heinous, but I promise it's not.

It's a whole mix of colors - yellow, green, red, blue, black, brown - in a really really tiny pattern. It reminds me of staring really closely at your TV, where you see the little blue, yellow, and red boxes, but if you back away a bit, you don't notice the specific colors.

No, I wouldn't wear it to interview with Big Bad Rich Guy Bank, but it does look nice.

I tried to draw your suit but I couldnt get the colors right. So I went with just purple.

bigger version:

http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/7819/auudetatys3.jpg

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07 Mar 2007, 14:02
Thats pretty funny.

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07 Mar 2007, 14:59
rhyme wrote:
aaudetat wrote:
johnnyx9 wrote:
By the way, with the mysterious way you described your "less traditional" suit I'm imagining it's either like bright yellow, or tie-dyed. What color is it?

Ok, it sounds totally heinous, but I promise it's not.

It's a whole mix of colors - yellow, green, red, blue, black, brown - in a really really tiny pattern. It reminds me of staring really closely at your TV, where you see the little blue, yellow, and red boxes, but if you back away a bit, you don't notice the specific colors.

No, I wouldn't wear it to interview with Big Bad Rich Guy Bank, but it does look nice.

I tried to draw your suit but I couldnt get the colors right. So I went with just purple.

bigger version:

http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/7819/auudetatys3.jpg

LOL!

She's got big man-hands.

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