- I’d like to wear a uniform
- I’d like to wear whatever I want
I don’t like having the option to choose my clothes. It’s hard enough to find clothes that fit. In the Navy I wasn’t the most squared away person, but I liked that everyone was dressed the same. Then you get to wear your rank on your collar for the merit that you earned. I miss those times.
My future job, the one I’m training for, requires a multi-option uniform.
I like the idea of people being able to tell I work there, and me not needing to worry if my outfit is appropriate.
In the first mental hospital I was in the nurses justwore casual clothes. It was really difficult at first to tell them from fellow patients.
In every mental hospital I’ve been in all the people who work there wore casual clothes. Even the doctors.
When I was a park ranger I wore a uniform. It was OK. When I worked at gas stations in my teens I wore uniforms. Those were OK too.
It is easier to function if you wear light clothes.
So definitely, wear whatever you want.
When I did valet I had to wear a uniform.
Note: if you have a fast flashy car do not valet it cuz folks like me cannot resist the temptation to try it out.
Uniforms are mandatory in elementary, middle and high schools in Hong Kong meaning everyone under 18 is required to wear a uniform attire. Places like Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and majority of Southeast Asian nation also have uniforms which are mandatory for school aged children.
I prefer minimalist-reductionist clothes by which I mean as least ‘fashion’ in them as possible but then not something that looks overtly ‘weird’
Wear what I want, if I lived alone I would have an extensive wardrobe.
I was in the Air Force for two years and I liked wearing my nursing uniform dress every day. I wore the same dresses when I went into civilian nursing. They were acceptable there too. Took the guesswork out of dressing everyday. But, I do like wearing everyday clothes.
i enjoy working on cars while wearing whatever I want.
This topic was automatically closed 14 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.