It’s no mystery that there’s always some shady business going on over at American Apparel. Stories of sexual harassment, underage models, and all out creepiness on the part of some of the high up executives seems to be constant. It’s almost become accepted as the norm.
But what are the rules, really? Does American Apparel actually ask their employees to dress in super tight revealing clothing? Or is it just part of the unspoken culture? Thankfully, Gawker received the below documents from a former angsty American Apparel manager, giving us some insight into the world behind the plain cotton tees. Anyone smell a lawsuit?
We agree that the workplace is NO place for Uggs (neither is any place other than your own house, in our opinion), but that’s a pretty hefty list of shoe requirements.