Dublin-based workers ditch their suits, leading to call for office dress-codes

A new survey found that around 40 per cent of workers say that workplace clothing has become more casual in that time period

More casual clothing is the main change noticed by employees in the survey. Picture: Getty/Thomas Barwick

The last decade has seen significant change in how people dress for work, a new survey by Savills Ireland has shown.

Overall, 73 per cent agree that work clothes have shifted in the last decade - four in ten say that work attire has become more casual over the last 10 years, with a quarter noting that it has become more varied.

Hybrid and Dublin-based workers especially were more likely to notice the trend of ...