Questions and Answers about Justice Tween Brands

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What is the dress code?

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Clothing is Very casual, bright & fun! Nothing with other store logos or brand names, nothing religious or scary (no skulls, duh). You can have tattoos (as long as theyre "child friendly", like mine are Disney & pixar). You may have a small stud or hoop in your nose. NO OTHER PIERCINGS! If you want to do some fun coloring in your hair you can either use clip ins, or dye the bottom few inches of your hair. You may NOT color your whole head. You can wear fun, bright make-up, just nothing extreme or gothic looking. It's an AWESOME place to work & the more outgoing & colorful you are the girls just looooove it! 😁

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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.

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Bright & fun colors

Answered - Style Advisor (Former Employee) - 3426 Berryhill rd

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Any dress code.

Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Arcadia, CA

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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

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Dress casually.

Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Reading, PA

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Dress in the current fashion trends

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There was a casual dress code

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Very lenient, jeans and a nice shirt, skirt and leggings

Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) - Wisconsin

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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

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