Opinion

Business attire may become a thing of the past

Jehan Casinader
Sat, 05 Dec 2020

Business attire may become a thing of the past
Jehan Casinader
Sat, 05 Dec 2020
 Every morning, tens of millions of adult men share one of the strangest rituals in modern life: putting on a tie.What will it be today? The stripey one? The spotty one? Or the one with penguins on it? Standing in front of a mirror with a piece of toast clenched between his teeth, a bloke will attempt to perform an act of dexterity. On a good day, he may produce a perfect Windsor. On a bad day, the tie may resemble a schoolboy’s knotted shoelace. Having completed this task – his first accomplishment of the day &n...

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