Dress Code Guidance
Employees are expected to maintain a high level of professionalism and to demonstrate commitment and follow-through of Advia Credit Union's brand image.
Appearance, as well as to conduct, should favorably reflect Advia Credit Union's brand and image. Dress, grooming and personal cleanliness standards also contribute to the morale of all employees and affect the business image Advia Credit Union presents to members and visitors. You should dress and groom yourself according to the requirements of your position and accepted social standards.
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Policy guidelines and style resources for men.
These are some of the elements of Advia's Dress Code Policy for Men. You will be able to view the entire policy during your first week.
- Blazer with a dress shirt and tailored pants or dress pants; tie is optional
- Sweater or collared dress shirt and tailored pants or dress pants
- Business suit
- Men must tuck in their shirts
- Men are expected to wear professional shoes or boots during regular business hours. Appropriate dress socks are required. Athletic shoes of all colors; canvas or leather tennis, gym, jogging sneakers; work/construction or combat-type boots; steel or otherwise reinforced hard-toe boots or shoes, etc., are not considered business attire and are consequently not acceptable
Below are links to online resources for men regarding business dress.
Policy guidelines and style resources for women.
These are some of the elements of Advia's Dress Code Policy for Women. You will be able to view the entire policy during your first week.
- Blazer with dress shirt and tailored pants or dress pants or skirt
- Sweater or dress blouse with dress pants, dress capris, or skirt
- Sweater and tailored or fitted dress shirts do not have to be tucked in; however, any top with tails or an unfinished hem must be tucked in (i.e., sweaters, tailored or fitted dress shirts with a squared bottom do not have to be tucked in, but any top with tails (rounded bottoms) or unfinished hems must be tucked in)
- Business suit/professional dress
- Women are expected to wear professional shoes, boots, or dress sandals) open-toe sandals may be worn; however, flip-flops or thong-style sandals are not allowed). Nylon or dress socks are not required but are acceptable. Athletic shoes of all colors; canvas or leather tennis, gym, jogging sneakers; work/construction or combat-type boots; steel or otherwise reinforced hard-toe boots or shoes etc., are not considered business attire and are consequently not acceptable
- Jumpsuits are allowed as long as they are professional material. Anything spaghetti or halter topped would need a cardigan or blazer for the full day. And capri-length should be okay as long as it is dressy/professional material.
Below are links to online resources for women regarding business dress.
"First impressions are extremely important, especially in the business world. However, not everyone has the money to buy the latest fashions from designer stores. The good news is, designer clothes are not necessary to dress professionally. The most important thing is to present a clean cut, and professional image. And anyone can do that on a limited budget. All it takes is a little creativity."
"Don’t get too worried about judgment at the office. Your coworkers are likely concerned with themselves and their work, not what you’re wearing. If you want to be able to repeat outfits, stick with classic staple pieces.
Loud, memorable clothes – such as a leopard-print top or brightly patterned skirt – can add style to an otherwise plain outfit, but you may not feel comfortable wearing them more than once every few weeks. On the other hand, you can wear neutral pieces, like dark skirts and trousers, over and over again and no one is likely to notice."