Microspeak: Suited and booted

Raymond Chen

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At Microsoft’s consulting divisions, customer visits are a part of the job. A shorthand has developed to describe how formally dressed you should be at the meeting with the customer.

  • Suited and booted: Business suit including necktie.
  • Business casual: Collared shirt and trousers (no jeans).
  • Microsoft casual: Jeans and a t-shirt.

(I leave it as an exercise to develop the comparable attire for women.)

Note: This Microspeak entry was submitted by a colleague from the UK, so it may be peculiar to the UK dialect of Microspeak.

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