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what is the dress code for old navy employees?
Anything "Old Navy-like", which means you can wear stuff from other stores as long as it does not have any obvious/visible brand logos on it from other stores Some things you cannot wear: - Licensed merchandise (sports teams, school shirts, [ cartoon character shirts, etc.) - Depending on the manager, you may be able to get away with wearing some of that. - Open toe shoes (unless managers give
permission to wear flip flops on certain days, which happens frequently at my store) - Shorts cannot be any shorter than 2" above the knee, which, for girls pretty much limits you to bermuda shorts. Same applies for skirts. - No strapless shirts or shirts with spaghetti straps - No severely ripped jeans (distressed and small rips OK) Managers will answer any other questions you may have. ]
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Weegy: Anything "Old Navy-like", which means you can wear stuff from other stores as long as it does not have any obvious/visible brand logos on it from other stores Some things you cannot wear: - Licensed merchandise (sports teams, school shirts, [ cartoon character shirts, etc.) - Depending on the manager, you may be able to get away with wearing some of that. - Open toe shoes (unless managers give permission to wear flip flops on certain days, which happens frequently at my store) - Shorts cannot be any shorter than 2" above the knee, which, for girls pretty much limits you to bermuda shorts. Same applies for skirts. - No strapless shirts or shirts with spaghetti straps - No severely ripped jeans (distressed and small rips OK) Managers will answer any other questions you may have. ]



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Weegy: to be very sure i would speak with a manager and see what they say also. but this maybe pretty accurate..



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basically you can wear anything casual. but practical. youre here to help old navy raise their sales, not hit the club. no midriffs, butt creases, cleavges, and def no short-shorts or short-skirts. sneakers are your best option for shoes, or flats. sandals, not good, but ask your supervisor or manager about those. wearing old navy clothes will get you on your employers good side, boost advertising for the store, and engage customers into buying more clothes. Definite NO-NO: no wearing clothes from other stores that blatantly advertise them. little logos or designs are fine. just use common sense.
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Are you allowed to wear jeans that have a bird wings design on the back of them?
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Wow, excellent answer!!
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