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If you're a mammal, you'll be aware that the weather last week was pretty hot.
This made working in an office absolutely unbearable, especially if it had any kind of formal dress code.
So, in an attempt to solve the "suitable for work" clothing crisis, YouGov polled nearly 1,700 people to work out what is and isn't ok to wear to the office.
Here's the run down of things you shouldn't wear to work:
Ok, you can wear one if you want, but 87 per cent said it was acceptable to go without a tie, compared to only 8 per cent who said it was unacceptable.
Time to let that neck breathe.
Despite the hot weather, the majority (56 per cent) say wearing shorts to work is unacceptable, compared to 37 per cent who say it's fine.
It seems no one wants to see the calf definition you've been working on, guys. Sorry.
This item was overruled as unacceptable, 73 per cent to 21 per cent.
No wonder, it's the office, no-one needs to see your feeble, wobbly biceps.
It seems beach footwear is to be dodged, as flip flops are hated 82 per cent to 11.
If in doubt, it seems either formal shoes or smartish trainers are the way to go.
No matter how much you love the Yankees, it seems you should leave that for leisure, with 82 per cent saying a baseball cap is unacceptable workwear.
In this heat, we don't know why you'd need one anyway.
Seventy-two per cent of people say rocking up in a hoodie to your workplace is not acceptable, compared to only 20 per cent who defend them.
If it's got takeaway sauce on it, it shouldn't be seen by your colleagues. Ever.
This isn't based on any polling, this is just personal prejudice.
Crocs are an abomination, unless you have exceptional circumstances if you wear them to work you should be fired on the spot.