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You basically can't wear anything. No ripped jeans or light washed jeans. No hoodies. Nothing above the knee. Can't show shoulders. No shorts (So have fun bringing a change of clothes every shift during summer). Only allowed one facial piercing. Technically only allowed three ear piercings in each ear. No colouring your hair unless it's a natural colour. No hats. No logos of any kind. No tights unless your shirt goes down to middle of your thighs.
Basically I had three outfits I could wear to work. And if you break any of these rules be prepared to have to buy something else to wear before your shift.

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Colored hair (any color) is acceptable, 1 facial piercing (2 if you have a septum piercing because you can flip it up). Tattoos that don't cover your hands, front of neck or face, are allowed as long as they are not offensive. No ripped jeans. Leggings can be paired with anything as long as your butt/front are covered. (Long cardigans or dressy shirts.) No runners, only cheap shoes or boots. No heels. No "costume" accesories, cat headbands or elf ear cuffs. Low cut tops not allowed unless you have something to cover like a tank top or undershirt. Shoulders can't be shown. No crop tops, nothing above the knee unless you have leggings underneath. No brand logos, or graphic tees (depends, I wear band ts with a cardigan and leggings without question.) Can get away with actual converse, can wear any color jeans from ardene except for white I believe. No open toes, no hooded clothing unless it is a cardigan. Blanket scarves can be worn, fashion poncho. No yoga pants, no sweatpants. No jackets. No onesies or costumes on Halloween.

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You basically can't wear anything. No ripped jeans or light washed jeans. No hoodies. Nothing above the knee. Can't show shoulders. No shorts (So have fun bringing a change of clothes every shift during summer). Only allowed one facial piercing. Technically only allowed three ear piercings in each ear. No colouring your hair unless it's a natural colour. No hats. No logos of any kind. No tights unless your shirt goes down to middle of your thighs.
Basically I had three outfits I could wear to work. And if you break any of these rules be prepared to have to buy something else to wear before your shift.

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Wearing the clothes from the store. No labels or other stores clothes. Must have shoulders covered. No tattoos, peircings, or unnaturally coloured hair. No leggings or white jeans. No heels or wedges. No ripped jeans, no cleavage. No skirts or shorts above the knee.

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Dress pants, dress shoes, dress shirts, suit jackets

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Dress pants, blouses, suit jackets, foot wear, skirts

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Dark jeans, dress pants, dress shoes , dress boots, blouses.

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Can't wear zip jackets, hoodies, can wear only stylish sweaters from the store or anything as long the brand is not visible, not allowed to wear converse shoes with brands, flats are allowed, no tank top (but can wear with cardigan with it just no bare chest), t-shirt is ok, leggings is kinda allowed as long it's not yoga pants or anything. No ripped jeans, no crop top or short length clothing that shows your belly button and shorts (mainly showing too much skin). Leggings up to your knees are allowed.

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Any kind of clothing that they sell, no ripped jeans or leggings without a long shirt.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - St. John's, NL

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Business casual/ trendy. No light jeans, or leggings. Cover tattoos and keep minimal piercings.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Full-time) (Former Employee) - Cranbrook, BC

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