PwC Dress Code 2017-12-14T18:12:09+00:00

PwC Dress Code

Here is PwC’s Dress Code under the new flexible dress code along with an infographic with some examples.

These were compiled based on our best information make sure you still consult PwC’s official guidelines before dressing yourself. Thanks

All clothing is expected to reflect professionalism. Avoid large logos or phrases that might be offensive to others. Clothes should not be frayed or have holes in them. Even if you consider them stylish holes.

Pants & Skirts

The following are the guidelines for pants and skirts under the new dress code.

Items that are considered acceptable

  • Dress pants, Khakis, corduroys and jeans.
  • Casual dresses and skirts are also acceptable

Items that are unacceptable

Mini Skirts thin-strapped dress are considered inappropriate

Shirts and Blouses

The following are the guidelines for shirts and blouses under the new dress code.

Items that are considered acceptable

  • Button-up shirts
  • Polo knit shirts
  • Sweaters
  • Turtlenecks

Items that are considered unacceptable

  • T-shirts
  • Sweatshirts
  • Hoodies

Footwear

The following are the guidelines for footwear under the new dress code.

Items that are considered acceptable

  • Loafers
  • Boots
  • Flats
  •  Appropriate sandals
  • Leather casual shoes

Items that are unacceptable

  • Thongs
  • flip-flops
  • sneakers

PwC came up with pretty broad guidelines in their firm news release about the dress code. They asked that everyone use their own discretion and make sure that they appear professional at all times. The casual side of the new dress code only applies to people working in the office as well.

If you are going to client sites make sure you dress in line with the clients dress code or better. Most PwC Clients are still business casual, so make sure to remember that when you are scheduling out where you will be working.

PwC Dress Code

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