White or Blue Shirt?

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Bronte
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Re: White or Blue Shirt?

Postby Bronte » Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:35 pm

henry flower wrote:You can get dinged for wearing a light blue shirt? Jeez. That just takes the law-is-a-conservative-profession schtick to the level of pure retardation.


You're not going to get dinged. It's just a question of what's the best practice. White is never the wrong choice. Blue is fine, but make sure it's powder blue (light) and not french blue (dark).

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Re: White or Blue Shirt?

Postby Ozymandias » Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:36 pm

henry flower wrote:That just takes the law-is-a-conservative-profession schtick to the level of pure retardation.

Welcome to TLS.

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Re: White or Blue Shirt?

Postby ExcitedBlutterance » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:35 am

henry flower wrote:You can get dinged for wearing a light blue shirt? Jeez. That just takes the law-is-a-conservative-profession schtick to the level of pure retardation.


Do you really care about shirt color that much?




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