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Female Mumsnetter in the UK who works (or used to work) outside of your home? Complete a short survey about work clothes for a chance to win a £200 Love2Shop Voucher! NOW CLOSED

(58 Posts)
RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 02-Mar-16 18:16:48

Let’s talk about what you wear to work!

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey then add your details at the end and you will be entered into the prize draw where one winner will win a £200 Love2Shop voucher. All data is confidential.

This survey is open to all female, UK Mumsnetters who work (or used to work) at a place outside of their home. If you are no longer working, please answer the questions thinking about your last place of employment.

Here’s the link: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/F99VBQK

Thanks and good luck,
MNHQ

onitlikeacarbonnet Thu 03-Mar-16 12:01:56

Done

Heathcliff27 Thu 03-Mar-16 12:06:02

Done

SecretSpy Thu 03-Mar-16 12:11:19

Feisty. Flirtatious. hmm

<checks calendar, 2016 not 1926>

ouryve Thu 03-Mar-16 14:47:25

Well, that was odd.

Thurlow Thu 03-Mar-16 16:24:41

Done. Most of it was fine but the colour questions were a bit weird.

Anyway, I have a vitally important question.

Why do the areas of the UK where you live change between surveys? confused

Sometimes I can pick East of England. But this one had East Anglia. Why is that? I never know where to say I am anyway. That little Cambridgeshire, north Herts, north Essex sort of area. I doesn't feel like the SE, it just about feels like the East of England, but it definitely doesn't feel like East Anglia...

Nachoo Thu 03-Mar-16 18:21:06

Done

mendandmakedo Thu 03-Mar-16 18:52:33

Done

Swifey Thu 03-Mar-16 19:05:29

Just completed 😀

NerdyBird Thu 03-Mar-16 20:44:38

done. didn't really like the colour questions. I hate yellow

Myfirstcalendar Thu 03-Mar-16 20:44:53

Done

DowntonIsMyHome Thu 03-Mar-16 21:08:02

done but the colours were a little odd!

BibbidiBobbidiBoo1 Thu 03-Mar-16 21:10:02

Done - but where was Exeter in the cities?!

Cactuar Thu 03-Mar-16 21:18:53

Done

BlueJug Thu 03-Mar-16 22:23:26

Done. Agree about the colour questions. "Flirtatious"??

However, I work in training and when running big courses or events I actually did used to wear red when I felt confident or wanted to inspire confidence, black, navy or grey for seriousness, pink for a positive atmosphere.

As for yellow - I don't know anyone who looks good in yellow! Certainly not me!

YourLittlePlantPot Fri 04-Mar-16 07:21:08

Done

brightandshiney Fri 04-Mar-16 09:38:20

Done

DrDiva Fri 04-Mar-16 09:53:43

Lordy. I can usually tell where surveys are headed/what their purpose is, but I am bemused by this one!

PrimalLass Fri 04-Mar-16 09:53:45

Done.

HeadDreamer Fri 04-Mar-16 10:13:37

Yes the colour question is a bit strange.

But so is the question about dress code. I would imagine smart office wear being suits. And then the next category is casual including jeans. Isn't there a medium between the two? I don't wear suits and shirts/blouses, but I don't wear jeans either. It's trousers, skirts with a top (but not logo t-shirts).

ClariceBeanthatsme Fri 04-Mar-16 10:40:58

Done

GiraffeHouse Fri 04-Mar-16 11:22:18

Done!

ScoutsMam Fri 04-Mar-16 11:51:29

Done. Wearing persona protective equipment and overalls when I work limited my input somewhat.

Toadintheholewithsauce Fri 04-Mar-16 12:27:05

Done xx

MrsDaDeDee Fri 04-Mar-16 20:04:48

Done!

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