2/7/13

The title really asks it all - i'm just curious whether business students should dress normal ( jeans t shirts) or should business students be in business casual clothing?

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2/6/13

As fratty as possible. Nothing less.

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2/6/13

Just wear normal clothing. Generally professors will ask you to dress up for presentations. But, besides that they don't expect any different than any other professor.

2/6/13

In my experience, the business students tend to dress more nicely than your average non-business major. People typically don't wear business casual to class but it's obvious that they put some thought into their wardrobe. Then again, at my school it's not difficult to be above the mean in appearance/presentation, if you catch my drift

2/6/13

I just wear casual clothes (jeans, polo or T shirt) if I'm just in class and not presenting or have anything important (interviews, events, etc). Look decent if you have to present and don't dress like an idiot and you'll be fine.

2/6/13

triple XL throwback jersey, 3 pointlessly heavy chains of any material preferably gold and some timbs. In all seriousness, wear whatever you want - just get the grades.

2/6/13

how ever the fuck they like. it's university for gods sake.

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2/6/13

However they please..unless that means fubu jerseys and jynco jeans.

2/6/13

I can't believe people are actually saying to wear this or that. You are in school, no one gives a shit. I wore sweatpants half the week.

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2/6/13

Why would you be curois about this?

This to all my hatin' folks seeing me getting guac right now..

2/6/13

"For I am a sinner in the hands of an angry God. Bloody Mary full of vodka, blessed are you among cocktails. Pray for me now and at the hour of my death, which I hope is soon. Amen."

In reply to oreos
2/6/13

Oreos:
how ever the fuck they like. it's university for gods sake.

this.
there are 3-4 in my class that dress sort of business casual but i guessed they like it that way.

i've given my presentations with an ear stud and v neck t shirts (srs). hardly matters unless you're in MBA program.

2/6/13

Although I fall into the "no one gives a shit" pile, I offer this tidbit.

I have gone back to professors (specifically, my old Econometrics and Financial Derivatives profs) and asked if they would collect resumes from top students for F50 internships. So, on the off chance that ever happened in one of your classes, you should really be dressing so the prof doesn't think you're a slob.

I'll do what I can to help ya'll. But, the game's out there, and it's play or get played.

2/6/13

I hate business students that wear suits/business casual just to go to class.

They fall under the same category of people who wear french cuffs and two tone shirts in their BO job.

2/7/13

In all honesty, I dress like a homeless man until I have interviews/career fair/evening out with non-homeless looking people. I justify it because every second (and $) I save from not having to shave can be put towards learning/doing something to get me closer to my career goals.
That being said, I plan on changing this habit as I become more efficient with managing time. Networking is talked about so much on these forums and I don't want to risk missing that small opportunity of meeting the right person and instilling the image of a dumpster dweller in their head.
Today I had a brief chat with the head of the Finance dept at my college while looking I had crawled out of a cave and thrown a hoodie on (Chicago is too fuckin cold for anything else). I'm sure this dude knows the people I want to network with and I'm even more certain that no matter how impressed he might be with me he doesn't want to introduce that bummy looking undergrad to professionals.
In other words, don't wear Brooks Brothers to class everyday but don't hurt your chances by being that sweatpants, hoodie and North Face guy either.

2/7/13

dress too nice and the girls (and everybody else) will think youre a douche or weird.
dress like you were raised white trash or whatever and everybody will treat you like it.
so look nice but don't overdo it.
ie, dress like a normal human being

2/7/13

I dress horribly because I'm usually too tired to dress nice in the morning. A lot of times business casual is required for events, in those cases obviously over-dress rather than under-. I did have a professor though that said he and his colleagues felt that students in the business school did not dress nearly as well as they should to class, and that he had trouble taking some of us seriously in shorts and t-shirts or whatnot.

2/7/13

jeans and shirt, khakis and polo, and business casual once/twice a week for certain meetings

2/7/13

Casual frat attire.

Who the hell wears business casual/professional to their classes?

1. You would look like a try hard.
2. It's uncomfortable as fuck when you try sitting in those things they call seats.
3. Puts unnecessary wear and tear on your nicer clothes.
4. There's no point. Lloyd Blankfein isn't going to walk into your class randomly and offer you a FT offer because you happened to wear one of your suits you got at a 3-for-1 deal at Jos A. Bank.

2/7/13

I rocked a Fubu hoodie from time to time in undergrad and I don't believe it affected my grades the least bit.

2/7/13

I always had to smile when I saw people wearing suits when attending lectures. However, when there are industry guest speakers I think it wont hurt to dress up.

2/7/13

I have to head to work immediately after classes, so the suit is necessary.

On other days, I've been told I dress like a hipster/Yakuza gang member.

2/7/13

Wear pajamas for all anyone cares. There's no need to wear out your nicer clothes to undergrad courses. Just make sure that you look presentable for presentations, networking events, and interviews.

2/7/13

you are too young, just enjoy college...

2/7/13

However the fuck you want. Is this serious? If you wear business casual to class every day, people are going to think you're a massive tool and you will develop a terrible reputation. Good God, man!

2/7/13

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2/7/13
2/7/13

srsly? ain't nooooooobody got time fo dat!

wear a sweats and a hoodie, and not a single fuck will ever be given... i rocked jeans and a hoodie in the fall / winter and shorts and a tee in the spring summer pretty much without fail... no one cares what you wear... it isn't a fashion show... this is likely a bit different in an MBA program where a lot of people have a stick up their ass and are paying a lot of money for what is likely their last shot to break from their current career trajectory and take a blind leap into the sexier pursuits in the world of financial services, but if you already worked in banking / pe / hedge fund feel free to wear whatever you want

2/7/13

I see MBA student dress it up for sure, but unless you're giving a pres, OCR, or attending networking events, only wear frattire.

-vineyard vines
-polo
-southern tide
-j crew
-brooks
-patagonia
-sperry
-the north face

2/7/13

I would like to respectfully posit that you don't stand a chance in the first place, so go ahead and wear whatever you want bro. Rock some jorts, a sweater vest and Homer Simpson slippers. Fuck it, just disregard all human life and wear crocs. Seriously, how mindless do you have to be to ask anonymous opinions on an internet forum about what to wear to school? Did your space ship just land on Earth? You're for sure the kid that raises his hand to ask questions just for the sake of doing so, to prove to the rest of the prestigious undergrad b-schoolers that you're here and ready to rock the CAPM model. "So, when I turn in my assignment, should I flip it upside down so no one sees my answers? Do I have to wash my hands before doing this assignment?" You give me allergies, Henderson.

In reply to CaR
2/7/13

CaR:
I would like to respectfully posit that you don't stand a chance in the first place, so go ahead and wear whatever you want bro. Rock some jorts, a sweater vest and Homer Simpson slippers. Fuck it, just disregard all human life and wear crocs. Seriously, how mindless do you have to be to ask anonymous opinions on an internet forum about what to wear to school? Did your space ship just land on Earth? You're for sure the kid that raises his hand to ask questions just for the sake of doing so, to prove to the rest of the prestigious undergrad b-schoolers that you're here and ready to rock the CAPM model. "So, when I turn in my assignment, should I flip it upside down so no one sees my answers? Do I have to wash my hands before doing this assignment?" You give me allergies, Henderson.

I always wonder how people like this react after reading spot-on honest responses like this to their ridiculously dumb questions... The kid who posted probably stopped reading your post once he realized it wasn't what he wanted to hear and then started putting in some online orders of clothes from the brands other people posted about.

2/7/13

MSF here ... let's see, this week I wore a hoodie and sweatpants (with b-ball shorts underneath, obviously) to most classes, probably wore jeans to one or two classes. Being comfy is a top priority for me. Do whatever you want.

Some try hard who wears business casual to every class actually made a joke in class about my attire and received a couple laughs from some people in the class, however this dummy didn't think before he opened his mouth and I responded right back with a joke about how he didn't get any offers and I did, which received a roaring ovation from the entire class and a very salty look from that guy and me having a new such-nemesis.

Moral of the story, don't be that guy.

2/7/13

At my school people wear anything they want, but presentations are business professional.

In reply to The Kid
2/7/13

The Kid:
I responded right back with a joke about how he didn't get any offers and I did, which received a roaring ovation from the entire class and a very salty look from that guy and me having a new such-nemesis.

Oh, really?
Your offers were from the KKR and TPG, right?
you're a creep buddy...

- MVP

2/7/13

I've never been into low rent dressing (sweat pants, hoodies etc). You're not in a gym. My highschool was private and required coat and tie which doesn't seem like alot of fun when you're that age but I think it's a good thing and I believe more public schools should use dress codes.

My MSF had a dress code which did not bother me in the least. I think it helps prepare some people for the real world. You can say things like "I'll dress however the fuck I want, jorts, hoodies, whatever" but people are judging you at all times and most don't respect that presentation.

Also, good luck with women when you're 22 - 30 dressing like a 7th grader.

In reply to YourAss
2/7/13

Your Ass and Adapt are spot on... why kick someone when their down .... for now.... for all you know he may get the baller offer and you wish you could reach out for an info interview/ referral 2-10 years from now

undergrad is fair game...grad school is different....business school is a business in some respect

In reply to BTbanker
2/7/13

BTbanker:
I see MBA student dress it up for sure, but unless you're giving a pres, OCR, or attending networking events, only wear frattire.

-vineyard vines
-polo
-southern tide
-j crew
-brooks
-patagonia
-sperry
-the north face

Patagonia is FaF.

However, I would not consider wearing stuff like Brooks, ST, and VV consistently to everyday classes.

In reply to GrandJury
2/7/13

GrandJury:
BTbanker:
I see MBA student dress it up for sure, but unless you're giving a pres, OCR, or attending networking events, only wear frattire.

-vineyard vines
-polo
-southern tide
-j crew
-brooks
-patagonia
-sperry
-the north face

Patagonia is FaF.

However, I would not consider wearing stuff like Brooks, ST, and VV consistently to everyday classes.


I mean, I don't go to class lookin' like this queer, but VV is definitely the shit.
http://www.vineyardvines.com/Mens-Spring-1-Look-3/...
2/7/13

Just dress however you want man. Personally I wore a dress shirt with jeans and v-neck sweater or some other banana republic type knit in the winter but thats just my style. Sometimes wore khakis and a shirt. When the weather is good wore shorts and a t-shirt. Point is some people like to dress a bit nicer without being tools, etc.

Just be yourself and wear whatever style of clothing you like. You don't have to specifically dress a certain way unless you are presenting or going to some kind of event. If your one of those people who likes to dress nice and thats your style (not deliberately doing it) then by all means go for it. People who judge others for their appearance in casual setting such as class (whether people dress up or down) are massive tools and need to realize that they are irrelevant and their opinion is worthless.

2/7/13

Don't be a tool. This applies to almost everything about business school. Ask yourself constantly, "Am I being a giant tool?" before you make any decision.

Why would you post this on a Web forum?

2/7/13

I can't believe this is even a question

2/7/13

Its pretty simple, if you're an undergrad and wearing business casual everyday chances you're a douche.

2/7/13

Old t-shirt, sweats, sweater, and running shoes. Jeans + T-shirt if you want to be fancy. Who cares... other than presentations. =/

Friends help you move. Real friends help you move bodies.

2/7/13

haha, the kids who wear business casual or higher to class are tools.

In reply to packmate
2/7/13

packmate:
haha, the kids who wear business casual or higher to class are tools.

Exactly. Or FOBs who think wearing Armani Exchange makes you cool. Same kids who show up with ridiculous watches and ties to interviews - they all suck.

2/7/13

sleeveless shirts and flip-flops...

In reply to packmate
2/7/13

packmate:
haha, the kids who wear business casual or higher to class are tools.

that pretty much sums up anything you were wondering about bschool apparel

2/7/13

Three piece suits, cuff-links, contrast collar, and patent leather shoes.

AgainstAllOdds

2/7/13

It's time to learn a valuable lesson. You are not a unique snowflake. Look presentable if you don't have a presentation but don't be a douche and go business casual or worse to every class.

My name is Nicky, but you can call me Dre.

2/8/13

Pretty sure I wore sweatpants and a sweatshirt everyday to class in college, all about comfort

2/8/13

Don't dress like a hobo, but you don't need to wear a suit unless you have some event/job right before/after. If its a class small enough for the professor to know your name, you should at least make a decent impresson.

Isn't this common sense? I feel like girls get this more than guys.

In reply to AgainstAllOdds
2/8/13

AgainstAllOdds:
Three piece suits, cuff-links, contrast collar, and patent leather shoes.

...because only in your dreams you're a BSD
In reply to littlebitconfuzzled
2/8/13

littlebitconfuzzled:
Isn't this common sense? I feel like girls get this more than guys.

Tell this to the girls who wear oversized hoodies and UGGs to class.

Horrendous.

2/8/13

I interacted quite a lot with MBA students at Cambridge (we tried to start a couple things together). You saw the whole range from the hoodies to the suit (rarely a tie). I would say you should always try to outdress everybody by half a level. I.e. if everybody is wearing jeans, wear a nice, crisply ironed shirt from a good tailor/brand over nice jeans or relaxed chinos. If everyone is wearing trainers, wear leather shoes and take care of them. Don't be noticed ("that dude who wore pocket squares and bow ties to all the lectures... some people are just nuts") but do generally appear sharp.

The payoff is that you will gain a certain image in the eyes of your classmates. Think of it as signaling, and it's not conscious. The way you dress sends a certain message that will last longer than most of the conversations you will have over the two years. Down the road, this is your network.

We operate a "no dress code" environment - you can literally come in flip flips. It's interesting to see how that signaling carries across to specific functions. For example, if you are a developer, you can rock the crazy genius look (ponytail and beard) and non-tech people will think you are a programming god (the best guy in the dev team always wears unassuming smart casual). Despite the lack of dress code, the entire finance and senior management team comes in chinos, perfectly ironed light blue shirts and classic but very high end watches (Patek, Jaeger, Vacheron...). HR prefers a sharp, slightly fashion adventurous corporate look with "slightly too tight" miniskirts and shirts in "slightly too bold" colours (i.e. you can't fault it, but you know exactly what they are doing).

2/10/13

I love when I see kids gunnin'. Be sure to rock a slickback to your ACC 200 class brah... All eyez on you. Just thinking of blowing these types of kids out of the water makes me smile. I especially love the kids who wear leather messenger bags. Business school = serious business.

P.S. Just noticed the dog in the kid's hair in LHDan's avatar... Too funny.

"That dude is so haole, he don't even have any breath left."

2/11/13

the only thing worse than a business student wearing a full suit all the time is the guy who wears a suit to the CFA exam

2/12/13

Whatever the hell you want. Wear overalls with no shirt underneath.

In reply to Apple_iBank
2/12/13

Apple_iBank:
In my experience, the business students tend to dress more nicely than your average non-business major. People typically don't wear business casual to class but it's obvious that they put some thought into their wardrobe. Then again, at my school it's not difficult to be above the mean in appearance/presentation, if you catch my drift

HA. You must go to tufts... or colombia.
In reply to BellroyStandard
2/12/13

digikc94:
Apple_iBank:
In my experience, the business students tend to dress more nicely than your average non-business major. People typically don't wear business casual to class but it's obvious that they put some thought into their wardrobe. Then again, at my school it's not difficult to be above the mean in appearance/presentation, if you catch my drift

HA. You must go to tufts... or colombia.

Neither school has a ugrad business program.
2/14/13

Trying way too hard if you wear a suit to class.

In reply to BellroyStandard
2/14/13

digikc94:
Apple_iBank:
In my experience, the business students tend to dress more nicely than your average non-business major. People typically don't wear business casual to class but it's obvious that they put some thought into their wardrobe. Then again, at my school it's not difficult to be above the mean in appearance/presentation, if you catch my drift

HA. You must go to tufts... or colombia.

Colombia has a business school now? Holy shit... the cartels are going to be learning about optimizing distribution channels and margin reductions... shit's going to get real...

2/16/13

Always dress up so it becomes a habit. make it a lifestyle so it will be believable when you need it to be.

In reply to seventhcereal
2/16/13

seventhcereal:
Always dress up so it becomes a habit. make it a lifestyle so it will be believable when you need it to be.

Believable when you need it to be? Give me a break.
2/20/13
2/21/13

Alongside students wearing jeans, graphic t-shirts, and boots; you will look MUCH more professional wearing a crisp white dress shirt made of 100% cotton, a silk tie, tie tack/clip, wool pants, leather belt, cufflinks, and leather shoes. Remember to bring some glossy business cards and a pen made out of a high grade metal.

Stay away from polyester and other man-made flammable polymers/petroleum that could melt into your skin. Make sure your clothes fit.

You never know when you'll meet someone in business or romance who is worth it. You'll also get treated better at stores and you'll be able to leverage more social capital.

2/21/13

Some of us work multiple jobs related to our course of study immediately before or after class, I think that many people who have a problem with students that have to dress in professional attire are just jealous that they are not at that level yet. It can also be a branding issue for contractors.

In reply to Rotten_Cheeseburger
2/21/13

Rotten_Cheeseburger:
Some of us work multiple jobs related to our course of study immediately before or after class, I think that many people who have a problem with students that have to dress in professional attire are just jealous that they are not at that level yet. It can also be a branding issue for contractors.

You sound like a huge tool.

"For I am a sinner in the hands of an angry God. Bloody Mary full of vodka, blessed are you among cocktails. Pray for me now and at the hour of my death, which I hope is soon. Amen."

3/2/13

The poster who said "casual frat" is spot-on. I'll almost always wear non-gaudy Polo / VV / ST with Sebagos (and a lettered hat if I was in a rush that morning).

Generally when I see kids in business casual or higher, I purposely try to avoid making the fundamental attribution error. They most likely were working a student job that required the attire (Student Financial Credit Union, for example), had a presentation / interview, or are in pledge attire.

3/2/13

I wouldn't know cause I'm not in college yet.

In reply to ExeQTiv
3/2/13

ExeQTiv:
I wouldn't know cause I'm not in college yet.

Thank you for this riveting contribution.

In reply to Ace Rothstein
3/4/13
In reply to Ace Rothstein
3/13/13

Ace Rothstein:
or are in pledge attire.

That being said

Fuck pledges

3/26/13

I used to roll out of bed, shower and run to 8 am classes. If you guys have time to dress up, you clearly are doing it all wrong in college. I was an Engineering major though.

In reply to captainradio
3/26/13

captainradio:
I used to roll out of bed, shower and run to 8 am classes. If you guys have time to dress up, you clearly are doing it all wrong in college.

If you are taking 8am classes after your freshman year... you are doing it all wrong in college.

In reply to Unforseen
3/26/13

Unforseen:
I hate business students that wear suits/business casual just to go to class.

They fall under the same category of people who wear french cuffs and two tone shirts in their BO job.


In my MBA class there was a guy who wore the same two-tone, Gekko shirt with french cuffs at least once a week. He was an IT guy with a BB and a pretentious douche.
In reply to jonmorris
3/27/13

jonmorris:
Unforseen:
I hate business students that wear suits/business casual just to go to class.

They fall under the same category of people who wear french cuffs and two tone shirts in their BO job.


In my MBA class there was a guy who wore the same two-tone, Gekko shirt with french cuffs at least once a week. He was an IT guy with a BB and a pretentious douche.

Did you ask him were he was going after class. Maybe he worked somewhere like Lehman Bros.

In reply to rufiolove
3/27/13

rufiolove:
captainradio:
I used to roll out of bed, shower and run to 8 am classes. If you guys have time to dress up, you clearly are doing it all wrong in college.

If you are taking 8am classes after your freshman year... you are doing it all wrong in college.


You're messing up if you have an 8am or Friday class after Freshman year at my school.

Dressing up does not necessarily take that much longer. It literally takes me a minute longer to put on a button down and slacks than a t-shirt and jeans. I sure as hell don't dress up unless I need to, though. I am going to enjoy my last precious days of comfort as much as I can.

In reply to Unforseen
3/27/13

Unforseen:
I hate business students that wear suits/business casual just to go to class.

They fall under the same category of people who wear french cuffs and two tone shirts in their BO job.

I knew a guy who worked BO (Risk Management) and wore a suit at least once a week. I don't see anything wrong with that. It looks professional.

Also BO people in Finance SHOULD dress up more than FO traders. If traders dress up they will usually end up ruining their clothes. They need the freedom to move their appendages with ease when they are succumb by fits of rage. This will also allow them to maneuver around the office and pounce on their chair to make a quick trade when markets change.

3/27/13

The dean at my business school said sometimes corporate recruiters complain when they see kids in sweats/hoodies/baseball hats. Personally I usually wear a nice pair of jeans, decent pair of shoes (not basketball shoes), and a casual sweater/button up/v neck or whatever. Don't wear graphic tees that often.

3/27/13

Henderson:
The title really asks it all - i'm just curious whether business students should dress normal ( jeans t shirts) or should business students be in business casual clothing?
Well I believe, Business Students or any students for that matter should dress casually in classes but to be honest you have to mix it up a little. I mean lets say Business Formal for a presentation day and Jean and T shirt otherwise... Makes sense? I believe during your student life the internship time is actually there for preping you for the real professional life.

In Time I wander

In reply to Zzari
3/28/13

Zzari:
The dean at my business school said sometimes corporate recruiters complain when they see kids in sweats/hoodies/baseball hats. Personally I usually wear a nice pair of jeans, decent pair of shoes (not basketball shoes), and a casual sweater/button up/v neck or whatever. Don't wear graphic tees that often.

Obviously you should dress up and wear a suit to recruiting events, but if recruiters are angry at the apperal of business students at non-recruiting events during normal university hours then 1) that is one of the most retarded things I've ever heard, and 2) I don't want to work for them.
In reply to Stryfe
3/28/13

StryfeDSP:
Zzari:
The dean at my business school said sometimes corporate recruiters complain when they see kids in sweats/hoodies/baseball hats. Personally I usually wear a nice pair of jeans, decent pair of shoes (not basketball shoes), and a casual sweater/button up/v neck or whatever. Don't wear graphic tees that often.

Obviously you should dress up and wear a suit to recruiting events, but if recruiters are angry at the apperal of business students at non-recruiting events during normal university hours then 1) that is one of the most retarded things I've ever heard, and 2) I don't want to work for them.

Yeah, if they're complaining because students aren't in business clothing at lectures, they're pricks.
In reply to Stryfe
3/28/13

StryfeDSP:
Zzari:
The dean at my business school said sometimes corporate recruiters complain when they see kids in sweats/hoodies/baseball hats. Personally I usually wear a nice pair of jeans, decent pair of shoes (not basketball shoes), and a casual sweater/button up/v neck or whatever. Don't wear graphic tees that often.

Obviously you should dress up and wear a suit to recruiting events, but if recruiters are angry at the apperal of business students at non-recruiting events during normal university hours then 1) that is one of the most retarded things I've ever heard, and 2) I don't want to work for them.

I don't think you read my post correctly. The corporate reps/recruiters aren't turned off by kids not wearing business clothes to school, but they are turned off when they see baseball caps, sweatpants, etc. There's a huge difference between wearing sweats vs. a nice pair of jeans, hoodies vs. a sweater, hats vs. no hats, etc. At events people are dressed up just fine.

In reply to Zzari
3/28/13

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