Many jobs have a so-called dress code that determines how to dress for work, sometimes it turns out to be painful or uncomfortable.
Most companies, especially those based on customer interaction, know that a professional image of a worker and their neat appearance is very important. People judge by appearance and always approach a person smiling and elegantly dressed. The right clothes say a lot, not just about the person, but also about the company at which they work.
Dress code is nothing but a set of rules that determine what you can wear and what is not welcome. In many forms, the right attire decides whether you can start work on a given day. The rules cover not only clothes, but also accessories, and even make-up and shoes. Sometimes they are loose – a suit or dress, sometimes very detailed – the colors of clothes, type and cut.
Many employees do not like clothing requirements. Not only because in larger offices people look all the same, cut from one pattern, but also for other reasons. Especially in the summer, when it is hot out, it is difficult to put on a full suit and persevere all day at work. That is why, in the summer, rebellion is rising because you would like to jump into a light shirt and shorts, but you cannot.
The fact that dress code exists in companies was experienced by the user @jBarge_, who was fired from his job, but cleverly used the dress code to get his way.