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    So i start my training course to become a special constable the week commencing the 30th of january on my email it says the dress code is smart/casual i have looked everywere and asked alot of people and no 2 answers are the same. I was thinking black skinny jeans shirt and a blazer with smart shoes. do you think this is a good idea or stick with proper work pants?
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    So i start my training course to become a special constable the week commencing the 30th of january on my email it says the dress code is smart/casual i have looked everywhere and asked a lot of people and no 2 answers are the same. I was thinking black skinny jeans shirt and a blazer with smart shoes. do you think this is a good idea or stick with proper work pants?
    Hi,

    You've got a good idea already as to what to wear - best to err on the smarter side of dress, then you'll be able to see what everyone is wearing and hence what would be expected.

    You might want to swap the jeans with work trousers, but apart from that, I think you've got a good idea

    Hope that helps!
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    (Original post by kathryn1409)
    So i start my training course to become a special constable the week commencing the 30th of january on my email it says the dress code is smart/casual i have looked everywere and asked alot of people and no 2 answers are the same. I was thinking black skinny jeans shirt and a blazer with smart shoes. do you think this is a good idea or stick with proper work pants?
    I wouldn't wear skinny jeans for two reasons.

    * jeans aren't really most people's definition of smart/casual
    * skinny jeans aren't that practical if you are doing any activities like learning any self-defence or how to restrain someone.
 
 
 
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