The dress code was very trendy. They expect for you to wear their clothes and not everything was expensive. We received a clothing discount on the clothes that we purchased
Answered - Sales Lead (Former Employee) - Pearl, MS
They do expect us to dress brand appropriately. The discounts help.
Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Dress code was business casual,didn't have to wear their clothes but it would help promote sales for me personally I could sell what I was wearing. The discount was awesome.
Answered - SALES MANAGER (Former Employee) - Arlington, TX
Men had to wear a collar top with shoes (Seasonal Colors)
Answered - Stock Associate (Current Employee) - Times Square, NY
The dress code is conservative yet trendy. It is expected to wear their clothes but it is optional. It's not expensive due to the discounts and methods of increasing your discount through promotions.
Answered - Sales lead (Former Employee) - Pearland, TX
Business casual of current selling products features
Answered - CO-MANAGER/SALES LEAD (Former Employee) - Westchester, NY
The dress code simply is to "Look Loft". It is recommended you wear Loft clothes and what we call a "three piece outfit". That means jewelry or a scarf, but the discounts are great and if you wear a pair of Target leggings one day they aren't going to slaughter you for it. Just don't wear anything with another company's logo.
Answered - Key Holder/Sales Lead (Current Employee) - Little Rock, AR
You are not told to wear the clothing, however when you work there, you'll want to wear it.
Answered - General Manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
They are expensive and we had to buy there clothes...or dressed like we shopped there. it was to much, they didn't pay me enough too.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Commerce, CA