Dress codes are changing, and the rules are changing.
But in some places, they’re still too restrictive.
In some workplaces, dress codes have become so rigid they’re hard to follow.
So let’s take a look at some of the most egregious examples of dress codes in office spaces.1.
Dress codes in the workplace are too strict for some people1.
The dress code in the corporate office is so strict that even some women have to wear the dress in the room, and there’s no way to change it.2.
In a meeting room, women have been told to wear only the skirt and top of their blouses.3.
At a small restaurant, women must wear only their shoes.4.
At an airport, women are only allowed to go on flights if they wear heels.5.
In an office, employees must wear suits, ties, and dresses that match their workplace, even when it’s just for a quick photo op.6.
When it comes to meeting rooms, only men are allowed in.7.
At home, all women must keep their hands in their pockets.8.
Women must keep all of their clothing in a “closed” area.9.
In office settings, women who work with children must wear dresses that do not have sleeves.10.
At work, women may wear a skirt and a skirt combo, and some men must wear shorts.11.
In public places, women should wear a short dress.12.
In the workplace, women’s shoes are not allowed to be more than two sizes too big.13.
At the office, women work with their own hair to keep their hair styled, and women may not work in a salon that has more than one stylist.14.
At office parties, women dress in outfits that do a poor job of covering their bodies.15.
At church, men are not permitted to join the choir or play the instruments, and men who do participate must be accompanied by a male choir member.16.
At events, women cannot wear hats, but men are encouraged to wear hats.17.
In school, girls must wear short skirts.18.
In churches, children must be dressed in skirts.19.
In sports, boys and girls must be wearing pants.20.
At sports events, men wear “jockey pants” and women wear shorts, and everyone else must wear the shorts.21.
In shopping malls, women and men can wear shorts and long underwear, and they must wear pants.22.
At restaurants, employees are allowed to wear pants, but they can’t wear skirts or shorts.23.
At bars, employees can wear shirts, but are not encouraged to do so.24.
At parks, employees have to cover their bottoms and the top of the bottoms of their shoes, but no one is allowed to cover the bottos of their pants.25.
In restaurants, no one can eat at tables with a seat belt.26.
At movies, employees at theaters must wear shirts that are at least 2 inches longer than their shoulders, and are made of a fabric that is “fancy” enough to be a novelty item.27.
At sporting events, the rules of the game must be followed.
Women have to stay seated while men must stand.28.
At concerts, there is no room for women in the front row.29.
At museums, women in full dress are required to cover up their bodies when they pose for photos.30.
At art exhibitions, art objects must not be more complicated than a white board or pencil with no drawings on it.31.
At weddings, women, regardless of their age, must not wear wedding gowns.32.
In schools, the girls are not supposed to wear skirts and they are not expected to do the same for the boys.33.
In bars, women can’t stand up during the service and can’t sit at the bar.34.
At festivals, no men can attend a dance.35.
At music festivals, the music must be performed in a private setting.36.
At theaters, no girls can be in the theater except for a male actor, director, and cameraman.37.
At movie theaters, all male actors must be in full makeup and are required not to be seen with a wig.38.
At school events, no boys are allowed.39.
At religious services, no male worshippers are allowed on stage.40.
At parties, no women can attend at the same time as men.41.
At corporate events, all men are required by law to stand up at the entrance to every meeting.42.
At churches, it is illegal to wear shorts or to stand for long periods in front of others.43.
At other places, like on the beach, no woman is allowed.44.
At nightclubs, there are no “dancing girls.”45.
At stadiums, no man is allowed in a suit or shirt.46.
At family gatherings,