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PwC Jumps on Jeans Bandwagon

Last week, someone posted an Open Item requesting opinions about PwC's new dress code.

Then yesterday a tipster dropped us a note about it and provided some visual evidence. It confirms the text posted from last week and gives us some further context:

I love that someone at PwC insisted on italic type for stylish. While they were workshopping this, you just know someone over there said aloud, "Lots of holes are stylish, so we should probably recognize that."

In any case, yes, what's notable about PwC's new dress code is that allows for jeans. Bare midriffs still aren't allowed, however, so any bros hoping to put a business spin on the crop top will have to wait for the next casual wave.

Enjoy the comfort.

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