The Dubiski Dress Code is Business Casual. Our goal is to prepare students to be successful in the work place. Professional dress is part of that preparation.
Dubiski Career High School’s dress code is established to allow you to work comfortably, yet still project a
professional image for our clients, guests and the community.
Business Casual is the standard dress code for DCHS students. Business Casual a common dress code and is standard in many office environments. Many people are confused about what Business Casual means. Some hear the word "casual" and equate it with comfortable and dressed down. Don't make that mistake. Business Casual is a distinct category of business attire and is actually not casual at all.
Business Casual is a more relaxed version of business professional dress but it still models closely the tailored and professional look that is expected in business and office settings. Because all casual clothing is not suitable for the office, these guidelines will help you determine what is appropriate to wear to work.
Clothing that works well for the beach, yard work, clubs, exercise sessions, and sports are not appropriate for a professional appearance at work. Clothing that reveals too much cleavage, your back, chest, feet, stomach or underwear is not appropriate for a place of business, even in a business casual setting. Jewelry, makeup and perfume or cologne should be in good taste, with limited visible body piercing. Even in a business casual work environment, clothing should be pressed and never wrinkled. Torn, dirty, or frayed clothing is unacceptable. All seams must be finished. Any clothing that has words, terms, or pictures that may be offensive to other employees is unacceptable.
For DCHS students Business Casual dress is expected in class and any/all events related to DCHS including expos, information sessions, networking events, mock interviews and any meetings with business partners.
Top 10 Business Casual What not to Wear:
- Wrinkles are never okay.
- Denim (Jeans, tops, skirts, shorts, jackets) stay at home.
- Low cut tops and short skirts
- Shorts – even classy shorts are not okay at DCHS
- Skinny Jeans/Tight pants – just say no.
- Any outfit or makeup that is “distracting” from what you have to say
- No tank tops/sleeveless unless you wear a cardigan or jacket over them the entire time.
- Big clunky shoes: no platforms with 4” heels
- No flip flops, Teva sandals, clogs, etc. You are not at the beach or at a backyard barbeque.
- Pants or slacks without a belt. A belt completes the outfit.