I got dress coded at work for dressing 'inappropriately' in 100F weather – and everyone’s saying the same thing | The Sun

A TIK TOK user was shocked when she was sent home from work early after her outfit was labelled as "inappropriate".

The video, captioned "Get ready with me after I got sent home for being dressed inappropriately" has many coming to user Danielle's defense.

Danielle said her workplace can reach temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit, making her original choice of a bright yellow spaghetti strap blouse fitting for the smouldering temperature.

"I understand my cleavage is just a little too much, and I can't have that 'dumpy' hanging out," she said jokingly, referring to her posterior.

Viewers of the video were understandably confused about why she had to change.

"I'm so confused about what's inappropriate about the first outfit?" one account commented.

Danielle's workplace, which she refers to only as an engineering and STEM field, clearly has strict guidelines for female workers, as they sent her home to change.

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Danielle took these criticisms in stride, however, posting to her Tik Tok account joking about the whole experience.

"I changed into this very chic and vintage shirt – not sure if it's going to be dress coded or not, because there is a 'V' on my shirt, and that could be a little controversial,'' she said after changing into a large gray shirt.

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"This makes me so angry! I can’t believe we are still dealing with this bulls***, heaven forbid someone see a shoulder!" one user commented.

"Why is it so hard for people to dress professionally?" another user said, seemingly agreeing with her employer's decision to dress code her outfit.

Dress codes for engineers often don't exist, with some wearing shirts and ties, and others looking "homeless", according to Engineer Calcs.

"Overall, your corporate environment will shape any dress code requirements. But also, different work settings can dictate what you wear," the website said.

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