Gender and race also play roles in unspoken dress code rules. Even a slight change in skirt length can impact how competent a female manager is seen to be, for example. And for ethnic minority workers, deciding how much authenticity to express at work can mean navigating a clash between perceived ideals of professionalism and cultural dress. “We can exclude people for dressing in a manner that's authentic or that honours their customs and heritage, and that's unfair,” says Price.
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