To be fair, you need to look stylish. It’s supposed to be no other brands or anything like that, but honestly sometimes on a slow weekday you can get away with wearing another brand. As for hair color, as long as it looks nice — it’s fine. I have silver hair, and my managers never care! I actually get a lot of compliments, so they think nothing of it.
Bright & fun colors
Answered - Style Advisor (Former Employee) - 3426 Berryhill rd
Any dress code.
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Arcadia, CA
Dress code is, no brands, nothing provocative, and no showing of bra straps. You also can not have unnaturally colored hair.
Answered - Style Advisor (Former Employee) - Baraboo, WI
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Reading, PA
Dress in the current fashion trends
There was a casual dress code
Very lenient, jeans and a nice shirt, skirt and leggings
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) - Wisconsin
There was a very relaxed dress code. We could not wear anything too revealing or anything to short.
Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Frisco, TX
They encourage you to dress casually, but also work appropriate.
Answered - Brand Rep (Former Employee) - Commerce, GA