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    Exquisite Adversity His blue striped tie rested against the navy silk-like dress shirt he chose to dress himself in for the occasion. The color complimented his combed red hair as it shined, more so from the sun, while its natural state was a shade darker. He had tucked the tails of his shirt into a pair of black dress pants held on his hips by a black belt accenting the shined black shoes that put the final touch to his attire. The cuffs on his sleeves were buttoned, and the collar of his shirt fastened while the top buttons covered by the knot of the tie. Resting on his arm was the hand of his company who he had coordinated his wardrobe with. On her wrist rested the corsage made up of three white flowers and blue tulle with diamond-like jewels. The two matching bracelets…

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    Meijer Culture Analysis

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    As a bakery clerk, I was expected to wear a bright red button-up shirt, black or tan pants, shoe covers, and a bright blue apron and hat baring the Meijer logo. Wearing this not only reinforced the feeling of deindividuation, it also formed subcultures (or parts of a society that have distinctive values rituals etc.) based on the company 's hierarchal level of organization (page 69). Red shirts performed the more “low-leveled” skills such as working bakery, placing products onto the sales floor,…

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    The men's ideal body changed in the nineteen thirties. The ideal body for a man was very athletic looking. If a man wanted a job, they would work out to look bigger and stronger so that job would hire them. Most jobs during The Great Depression required a great amount of strength (Vintage Dancer). The ideal look during the summer for men was a short-sleeved shirt that was a button down. Most summer shirts were tan colored. Winter shirts were dark blues . Each button down shirt had four pockets,…

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    The triangle would be lined by fringes and decorated with an icon in the center. Some shirts would have an attached triangular flap instead of a painted one. The main symbol located within the fringes was usually accompanied with set of motifs that would be equally spaced from each other, but the motifs were not always identical. The sleeves were long enough to cover the entire arms of the patron and were often decorated with fringes as well. The dresses shared a similar design. They also had…

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    scene in the early 2000’s (Listal RSS). Although he has done editorials in Out magazine, he has never ‘come out’ as LGBTQ+ himself. It is, however, strongly rumored that he is gay (vooxpopuli). In the ad itself, Perovich is not wearing a shirt, but he is wearing white sailor pants and a “Dixie Cup” sailor hat (the latter of which has been used by the Navy since 1886). The background of the room is blurred out to bring focus to the model, but it looks almost reminiscent of a standard military…

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    Essay On School Dress Code

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    As well as being able to wear things that have sexual comments towards women. For an example a young student wore a piece of clothing that said “You have to be this tall to ride me”. But when a girl wears a shirt that shows her shoulders she is told to change immediately or put something on that will cover her body. Why should wearing certain things be such a big deal when guys are able to wear muscle shirts and show their arms and shoulders? Many female students are fed up with the fact that…

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    Ghost Narrative

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    our skills. “We’ve spent hours watching people on TV unravel everything from murders to hauntings and we know what makes our ghostly visitors tick.” “Whatever.” He shook his head. “Kids.” With the beam of his light, he led the way inside. The others crowded close to his heels. Two more flashlights cut bright paths through the gloom. Seth and I silently slipped over the threshold behind them. We found ourselves in a dilapidated foyer covered with wrinkled wallpaper. An oak staircase curved…

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    Wgu Est1 Task 2

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    Part A: Standards and Procedures 1. Dress Policy-Employees must adhere to business casual attire during schedule shifts. Male employees are permitted to wear dress slacks and khaki’s. Female employees are allowed to wear dress capris, skirts, and dresses; however, if the clothing has a split it must be either at or below the knee. Additionally, women’s clothing must allow a comfortable fit for sitting in public. Employees may wear polo’s shirts, blouses, jackets (suit or sports jackets),…

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    manager did not choose candidates because their attire was either too flashy of fashionable. It is important to dress the part when going to the interview if not the same though a similarity will make a difference in making an impression. The way one presents oneself gives the interviewers a good idea to the visible eye how serious the person wants the position. For example, a candidate shows up to a business interview wearing sweatpants and flip flops and mess up hair just after waking up is an…

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    One example of this is at sport practices. On a hot day of practice guys are allowed to wear things like muscle tees, or at some schools no shirts at all, but if a girl's shorts are too short or their sports bra is visible, even through a shirt, they have to go change (Roshell). This applies to casual clothes as well. At school they focus on how much skin a girl is showing, or the length of her clothes but, with guys schools focus on things like if they have on a belt, or if the garment has…

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