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A Casual Dress Code is a Lousy Substitute For Time Off

A blurred line between work and leisure hasn’t made made work any more fun — instead, it lets work eat into our free time.

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Employers from Goldman Sachs to the Golden Arches have relaxed or abandoned dress codes. Silicon Valley tech employees are famous for their hoodie sweatshirts and grey…

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Richard Thompson Ford

Richard Thompson Ford

Professor. Lawyer. Dilettante mixologist. Amateur sartorialist. Watch geek. Author of Dress Codes: how the laws of fashion made history. www.dresscodes.org

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