NEW YORK, New York — Some workers coming back after the pandemic are taking a new reassessment of the work wardrobe.
According to a recent office survey by Captivate and reported by businesswire.com, more than 40 percent of people polled say office workers are wearing more jeans than pre-pandemic.
Another 28 percent say t-shirts are in. A fifth say Crocs, flip-flops and sandals are now a mainstay. And 7 percent of survey respondents say they see people wearing pajamas back to the workplace.
Are you seeing changes in how people dress at your workplace?