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Dressing the part

For some, 'business casual' can mean not looking so good in golf clothes

There were days the company cafeteria couldn't be distinguished from the parking lot at Ozzfest. (Sarah Brezinsky Photo for The Boston Globe/File 2005) There were days the company cafeteria couldn't be distinguished from the parking lot at Ozzfest.
By Eileen McAvoy Boylen
March 2, 2008

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When they told me not to wear a suit to the interview, I knew the "business casual" trend had gone too far. (Full article: 938 words)

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