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    (Original post by Sizzzla112)
    Don't say stupid things like prostitutes please
    This may or may not have been exactly what I was going to say

    Working from home?
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    (Original post by Sizzzla112)
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    Work for a company that is too poor to buy you a uniform.
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    Pretty much all jobs. :lolwut:
    Apart from things where you have a uniform; soldier, nurse, police... can't even think of many more lol.
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    Rephrase the question, all jobs make you wear your own clothes, they don't give you things to wear!
    Even if it has a uniform you get given the shirt and wash it, so it is your own :lol:

    Some offices say they let you wear casual gear, but yeah they lie, it is bland vaguely-smart stuff all the way.

    Non-giant retail is your best bet, but your own casual style has to suit the image of the shop, same for bar work.
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    Is this a full time job 21+ age type or a teenage job?
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    Clothes shop eg H&M, New Look, Dorothy Perkins etc. You have to wear clothes which that shop sells but obviously you'd get a lot of choice!
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    Plain clothes police officer.
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    Are you thinking of getting into a profession just because of this benefit?
    Artists will usually wear their own clothes i think.
    Graphic designer or a teacher.
    It also depends on how relaxed your boss is. If you don't have people inspecting your business all the time or it's a small business you might not have to wear uniform or smart.
    In some shops you can wear your own clothes but they might have to be brought from the store...
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    (Original post by Sizzzla112)
    Don't say stupid things like prostitutes please
    I thought all jobs allowed you to wear your own clothes?

    I mean I wear a shirt, jumper and trousers that purchased myself from Jack Wills and House of Fraser. I don't think the idea of sharing clothes would go down too well especially working in a clinical environment. Shared clothing would prove too much of a health and safety risk?


    Enough sarcasm; I think you mean what sort of job would allow you to wear "what you like" and if by that you mean some sort of low cut top, footy shirt or track bottoms, jeans and ugg boots or timberlands then to be honest; not many "decent" jobs.

    Working from home I suppose. But I mean if you're thinking along the lines of a profession like Medicine, Law, Finance then ask yourself when was the last time you met a hospital surgeon in an Arsenal shirt and Umbro pants, or a Barrister in an Ecko hoodie and UGG boots?
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