sweatpants and state workers

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fashion police

Duluth, GA

#1 Feb 13, 2013
what is with all these women state workers coming in to the office wearing their pajamas? It's so tacky snd unprofessional, Your out in a public place of business put on some real clothes for god sakes. A pair of jeans and a t-shirt are not that hard to find there's no reason for you to be coming into an office dressed like your going to a slumber party save the sweatpants for Wal-mart.
Huh

United States

#2 Feb 13, 2013
What agency?
Slamm

Frankfort, KY

#3 Feb 13, 2013
I've seen this at many state buildings and offices. Very tacky looking and very unprofessional. You can get comfortable clothing that looks nice. Stop looking like a slob.
Huh

United States

#4 Feb 13, 2013
Name some agencies or buildings, or otherwise quit trying to stereotype state workers.
Slamm

Frankfort, KY

#5 Feb 13, 2013
Huh wrote:
Name some agencies or buildings, or otherwise quit trying to stereotype state workers.
CHR building. Transportation building. State Office building. Capital Plaza Tower.
True

Frankfort, KY

#6 Feb 13, 2013
How do you know they are state workers and not the public? I can't believe they would let someone work in the tower in sweatpants... unless maybe a night cleaning crew or something.
true

United States

#7 Feb 13, 2013
No one in my building wears sweatpants. The public could be going into these buildings for various reasons.
Slamm

Frankfort, KY

#8 Feb 13, 2013
I'm in these buildings frequently and I see them. There's a guy in the CHR building I see that wears shorts all the time. Looks like he's been to the gym or something. Many women in sweat pants and occasionaly pajama bottoms in all of these buildings. No way I would show up for work dressed like that.
pssh

United States

#9 Feb 13, 2013
Vital Statistics.

Those pieces of trash come in their pajamas half half the time too.
American

United States

#10 Feb 13, 2013
fashion police wrote:
what is with all these women state workers coming in to the office wearing their pajamas? It's so tacky snd unprofessional, Your out in a public place of business put on some real clothes for god sakes. A pair of jeans and a t-shirt are not that hard to find there's no reason for you to be coming into an office dressed like your going to a slumber party save the sweatpants for Wal-mart.
. At least they are working a job and not sponging off the tax payers like you probably are,you,tell us why do you frequently go to these buildings.
fashion police

Duluth, GA

#11 Feb 13, 2013
its because I work for the state too.... DUH!
Lazy State Worker

Frankfort, KY

#12 Feb 13, 2013
Slamm wrote:
I'm in these buildings frequently and I see them. There's a guy in the CHR building I see that wears shorts all the time. Looks like he's been to the gym or something. Many women in sweat pants and occasionaly pajama bottoms in all of these buildings. No way I would show up for work dressed like that.
I don't think this is true. I work for the state, and I don't wear sweats to work and none of my co-workers do either. I have seen it, but not often. But I am not going to get all defensive like these others. State workers have a bad reputation because we earned it, lets get real. We treat people like crap, like they are bothering us or something, and many spend more time trying to get out of work than what it would take to just do it.
kystwrker

Frankfort, KY

#13 Feb 13, 2013
If the office they work in have no dress code then they can wear what every they would like to work. I work for the state and my division has no dress code. We do not deal with the public. We are behind a desk all day so who gives a damn what we are wearing. I would like to know what you do for the state that your are in so many different building. Each building houses a different department. What job would you have that would take you from Transportation to Finance and so on?
Uhh

Frankfort, KY

#14 Feb 13, 2013
kystwrker wrote:
If the office they work in have no dress code then they can wear what every they would like to work. I work for the state and my division has no dress code. We do not deal with the public. We are behind a desk all day so who gives a damn what we are wearing. I would like to know what you do for the state that your are in so many different building. Each building houses a different department. What job would you have that would take you from Transportation to Finance and so on?
There would be several. Messenger and vendor are the first that come to mind.
Uhh

Frankfort, KY

#15 Feb 13, 2013
kystwrker wrote:
Each building houses a different department.
Not true. Many buildings house part of a department or cabinet. If you worked in a commissioner or secretary's office, you would travel to those different buildings, too.
Slamm

Frankfort, KY

#16 Feb 14, 2013
Lazy State Worker wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think this is true. I work for the state, and I don't wear sweats to work and none of my co-workers do either. I have seen it, but not often.
So you don't think it's true but you admit to seeing it?

And it doesn't matter if you deal with the public or not. It's called having pride in your appearance.
Sad women

Frankfort, KY

#17 Feb 14, 2013
You know what is funny...you call someone trash if they wear sweatpants...you call them trash if they show to much skin...sounds to me it is yet another case of BORED STATE WORKER SYNDROME....(BET $100 EVERYONE IN HERE IS A FEMALE)....When you are not gossiping or on topix....you still arent working I am sure...Now to you judgemental WOMEN out there...I can understand where some come from...I am not sure what world you are in but State incentive has went DOWN....no raise in how many years...no cost of living raise...insurance UP....most have children and bills....if the State was concerned about stepping up wardrobes then GET THEIR RAISES back to them....Also MANY agencies do not deal with the public directly...nor do you know what everyone does with in the state....but leave it to BORED WOMEN such as yourselves to JUDGE others not knowing their situation...remember god dont like ugly not does he care what you wear...I would say the main thing would be do they work or do they spend their day on TOPIX like you and your judgemental friends...now get off topix and get to work...lol sad little ladies...ooohhh ladies...I am sure that is a stretch....until raises and incentives come back I say you ALL should wear sweats lol
eyes

Wheelwright, KY

#18 Feb 14, 2013
fashion police wrote:
what is with all these women state workers coming in to the office wearing their pajamas? It's so tacky snd unprofessional, Your out in a public place of business put on some real clothes for god sakes. A pair of jeans and a t-shirt are not that hard to find there's no reason for you to be coming into an office dressed like your going to a slumber party save the sweatpants for Wal-mart.
Put you clothes on
Lazy State Worker

Frankfort, KY

#19 Mar 19, 2013
Slamm wrote:
<quoted text>
So you don't think it's true but you admit to seeing it?
And it doesn't matter if you deal with the public or not. It's called having pride in your appearance.
I guess I did contradict myself. Yeah, I have seen it, but I added NOT OFTEN, and yes, I agree, it is called having pride, and that is the problem. There is no pride anymore.
Lazy State Worker

Frankfort, KY

#20 Mar 19, 2013
Sad women wrote:
You know what is funny...you call someone trash if they wear sweatpants...you call them trash if they show to much skin...sounds to me it is yet another case of BORED STATE WORKER SYNDROME....(BET $100 EVERYONE IN HERE IS A FEMALE)....When you are not gossiping or on topix....you still arent working I am sure...Now to you judgemental WOMEN out there...I can understand where some come from...I am not sure what world you are in but State incentive has went DOWN....no raise in how many years...no cost of living raise...insurance UP....most have children and bills....if the State was concerned about stepping up wardrobes then GET THEIR RAISES back to them....Also MANY agencies do not deal with the public directly...nor do you know what everyone does with in the state....but leave it to BORED WOMEN such as yourselves to JUDGE others not knowing their situation...remember god dont like ugly not does he care what you wear...I would say the main thing would be do they work or do they spend their day on TOPIX like you and your judgemental friends...now get off topix and get to work...lol sad little ladies...ooohhh ladies...I am sure that is a stretch....until raises and incentives come back I say you ALL should wear sweats lol
WHAT EVER, it is just simple office attire, it doesn't cost anymore than those ugly jeans and/or sweats they wear. When you got a bunch of people looking unprofessional it sets a tone. YOu are an idiot and part of the problem.

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