Can you ask about dress code?
Yes, it is appropriate to ask about the company culture, which encompasses dress code.
You should ask whatever you need to ask to ensure a fit.
How do you ask for attire?
Figure out what to wear.
If you haven’t been given a dress code, ask what the appropriate attire is for your workplace. Have a few work outfits ready so you don’t have to scramble finding clothes to wear.
How do you announce a dress code?
Use words such as “luxury,” “formal” and “black tie” to request that guests dress elegantly. You can use the phrases “black tie” or “black tie optional” alone to indicate the formality of the event. Most male guests will wear an appropriate black suit, if not a tuxedo, and women will know to wear evening gowns.
How do you tell an employee to dress more professionally?
Watch your wording.
Instead of telling an employee, “Your appearance is too messy,” say, “I think your appearance could be more polished.” Or, rather than say, “Your clothes are too revealing,” explain, “It would be beneficial for you to dress more modestly.” Use language that is clear, but also kind.