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September 24, 2023

What do you think of PwC’s new casual dress code

  • All clothing is expected to reflect your professionalism. Avoid large logos or phrases that may be offensive to others. Clothes shouldn't be frayed or have holes… even if they're stylish holes.
  • Pants & Skirts:

    Dress slacks, khakis, corduroys and jeans are acceptable; casual dresses and skirts are acceptable. Mini-skirts and thin-strapped dresses are considered inappropriate. Shorts are not allowed.

  • Shirts & Blouses:

    Button-up dress shirts, polo knit shirts, sweaters and turtlenecks are acceptable. T-shirts and sweatshirts are not acceptable during business hours. Shirts must cover the midriff.

  • Footwear:

    Loafers, boots, flats (including appropriate sandals) and leather casual shoes are appropriate. Thongs or flip-flops are considered unacceptable during business hours. 

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