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How do you handle someone’s ‘compliment’ when it feels like anything but?

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in Business Etiquette,Workplace Communication

Sometimes, when people comment on your clothing, they may be trying to give you a hint that what you’re wearing isn’t appropriate for the office, writes Kat Griffin, the fashion blogger behind Corporette.com.

You should interpret what they’re saying as constructive advice for how to dress for your office and make an educated, objective decision whether to stop wearing what­­ever was so offensive, she says.

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