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The Whitehouse staff is going back to the business casual on weekends, sounds a lot like the Clinton era where Jeans and a T-shirt were normal attire. Not sure it is the right way to go, but hey who am I to argue.
As to realtor dress codes should we dress appropriately for the type of property you are selling? Does your office have a dress code?
Women - The more successful they are, the dressier they get. Men-Showing properties in dress slacks, golf polo shirt, black loafers with white socks. Jeans and a T-shirt may be too casual.
Some clients recognize expertise and place more importance on than what the person wears. Perfect example, working with a couple from the military, first day it was business dress - second day jeans. They were comfortable and so was I as they wanted a home in the country, outside of town with acreage.
I think I might remember reading something that says you should project to the customer at the same level as they are - so overdressing could lead to an uncomfortable situation.
Corporate world - suit and tie, business casual Fridays.
When I first entered real estate, I dressed up as if I were going to church and found it intimidated the customers. You dress as you would like to be known at first impressions are key.
I tend to think a dress code that required, at the minimum, Business casual would help create a professional atmosphere in the work place. (Basically, no shorts, t-shirts, or other beach attire.) Cleavage- probably not the time or place for it.
When showing listings, presenting to a seller, or holding open houses, a business casual dress code would be the standard.
After several years of observation, I have learned that you can tell how successful an agent is by the way they dress.
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