I'm starting a new job tomorrow. This is a good thing. There is one small problem, however. The dress code for this job is Business Casual. A quick inventory of my wardrobe revealed that while I definitely have "Casual" mastered, the "Business" aspect presents a challenge. Up until now, deciding what to wear to work has never been a concern. For the first 21 years of my adult life, it was always the Uniform of the Day. In the job I've worked at since I retired, it was black Carhartt pants, and the company issued shirt. No decision making required.
Despite waiting for the past two weeks, as of this morning, the problem had not remedied itself. Drat. The solution to this, however, involves two things I hate. Shopping and...shopping.
So I drug myself to the store, and after a painful couple hours, I've got enough clothes to at least make it through the first week. Which sadly, means I'll probably be shopping again next weekend. Ugghh!
I do have one question. Why does each item of clothing that I purchased have at least 5 tags and/or stickers on it? Size, cost, SKU, you name it. Isn't one enough?