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Streamed live on Aug 16, 2012
Is an office worker really "white collar" if starched shirts are nowhere to be found? LAT's David Lazarus, Tiffany Hsu and Adam Tschorn discuss what's appropriate attire for the office these days in a video hangout.
A new survey found that nearly half of white-collar staffers said they've seen cleavage in the office, and 87% of senior managers say it's distracting. More than three-quarters of such bosses also say short skirts are inappropriate.
What do you think: Should workers leave the tats, cleavage and hot pants for off hours? Weigh in.