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Starbucks loosens up its dress code

Kai Ryssdal Jul 25, 2016
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Starbucks updated its dress code to be more trendy-friendly. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images
Final Note

Starbucks loosens up its dress code

Kai Ryssdal Jul 25, 2016
Starbucks updated its dress code to be more trendy-friendly. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images
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Changes are coming to your local Starbucks.

The company’s out with a new dress code. There’s an official lookbook and everything, in which we learn hair coloring is now OK, fedoras are fine but not bucket hats with patterns, slouchy ski caps yes — but not if they have a pompom.

Shorts work, but not leather pants.

Socks with a pop of color are fine, but not if they distract from your outfit.

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