Originally Posted by diebroke
Here's another theory - people are better behaved when they are more formally attired.
School children are better behaved when they wear uniforms.
(I expect most will disagree. I'm just trying to increase my posts.)
Overall I do agree with this. In my business days I noticed that there was a decline in "professionalism" when the business dress went all casual. I enforced a business dress code for all employees who were representing the company to customers and at off-site meetings.
If you look professional you tend to act professional.
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