Shona Maclean, "Keeping up appearances," The Herald, June 25, 2002
With change comes confusion. Without the unvaried suit-shirt-tie trilogy to guide them, men don't always know how to pull together a professional look. That's good news to author and wardrobe consultant John Molloy, whose 1975 book, Dress for Success, spelled out the rules that are now meeting with rebellion. How does he like casual Fridays?
"I'm in favor of them. It's going to make me a lot more money," says the wardrobe consultant.
Mr. Molloy says some employees initially dislike the casual dressing policy because it in effect creates a third wardrobe something that's not quite business, not quite casual, but business casual.
Valli Herman, "Working Casual," The Dallas Morning News, December 8, 1993
In fact, I have a third wardrobe. At home, whenever we go out in the evening, I change into a nice cocktail frock.
—June Ducas, “Proud presenter of good news,“ The Sunday Times (London), October 20, 1991