I dress pretty casually. Sometimes jeans, sometimes skirts/dresses with tights.
I'm a social worker and I work wih asylum seekers (young people who come to Australia without their families seeking asylum).
Anything I want, jeans mostly. Sometimes skirts or dresses.
I'm a lab scientist working at a university.
I have a uniform (collared shirt with company logo, black trousers, black closed-toe shoes) and I work in a supermarket.
Usually black pants and a dress shirt, if it's cold (and it usually is here) I throw a jacket on top. I'm an integration aide.
Uniform - polo shirt and combats. I work in a zoo.
Yoga pants and a tanktop. I put on a kimono and an apron when I get there. I'm a server.
Dresses with leggings and Uggs at this time of year.
I'm an entertainer.
Stuff like this:
Khakis and a red polo shirt that says UPS on it. I'm an operations supervisor at the Minneapolis hub.
Casual comfy clothes that still look sorta professional. No jeans. I'm a first grade teacher.
A blouse or sweater, trousers or a skirt, high heels. I work in a communications shop in the federal government.
Nice pants or a skirt, jacket or "nice" non-sloppy cardigan over a camisole or other plain top. I work in an office. Suits are not uncommon there so once in a while I break out my one suit. I wish I had 5 suits because I'd srsly just wear a suit every day and never have to think about what to wear again.
i wear smart dresses with cardigans, tights and heels.
i'm a secretary/receptionist.
Mostly jeans and t-shirts. Sometimes I even wear blouses or button-ups. Every once in a while I wear skirts.
I work in a library, mostly with the computers.
I typically dress business casual. I try to keep it comfy, but we aren't allowed to wear jeans (except on Friday, huzzah!). I stick mostly to black skinny pants with various sweaters... in the warmer weather, I'll wear skirts and boots and stuff.
I am a Pension Analyst at Horace Mann. :)
Jeans and a t-shirt
Scrubs most days, jeans on Fridays/Saturdays.
Dress pants and a variety of business casual style tops. I do a lot of research.
Jeans, sneakers, and a t-shirt with the company logo. I work in retail.
Just about whatever I want. Jeans or cords with sweaters in the winter; capris and tshirts in the summer. I work in the office of a construction company.
i'm allowed to wear whatever i want to work. i typically wear jeans, a pair of plain white or plain grey vans, and a nice top. when it's warm out i wear dresses or skirts with sandals or flats. i was worried id have to only wear clothes that cover my tattoos but i don't so i have complete flexibility.
i'm an administrative assistant for a department on a college campus.
jeans/very casual pants and a t-shirt or long-sleeved tee. it's been so cold this last month, I've been layering too. in summer, I'll often wear long shorts. move packages and other physical tasks, and our work environment is very dirty so it makes no sense to wear nice things.
Pajamas. I manage a team of business analysts, but I work from home full time:)
When working on campus and not interacting with customers, we are allowed to wear whatever we want. I usually wear jeans or leggings and some kind of top.
When on-site with customers or interacting with customers on campus, we have to dress business casual. I'm currently on-site and wearing a sweater, skinny slacks, and oxford flats.
I work in healthcare IT as a project manager.
On a day to day basis my class B uniform, boots, and badge. Turnouts and wellington Pros if I need them. I'm a firefighter/paramedic.
For my second job I wear whatever I want. I'm a private caregiver.
I wear normal, casual clothes. My work doesn't have a dress code (beyond "don't come naked"/"don't dress like a prostitute.")
I conduct phone surveys with customers of a certain appliance company.
right now, jeans and a tanktop with a cardigan.
I do QA for a website. They wouldn't care if I rolled in sweatpants. Just as long as I wore pants.
Jeans and a nice shirt. I work in the IT department for a health care system. My job requires running all over the building and lots of crawling under desks so it's not required that I wear too nice of clothes.
Black corduroy pants, black nonslip sneakers, and a black button down. I have a white one too but it's reserved for when my black shirts are way too dirty to pass.
I'm a ~barista.
I wear whatever the fuck I want, basically. Sometimes I wear a dress or dress pants, but I can also wear jeans or leggings as pants. I'm a software tester and hide behind a computer for the most part.